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ESA explores microlaunchers for small satellites

Submit on Thursday, February 8th, 2018 22:59

ESA has chosen five feasibility studies from industry proposing an economically viable, commercially self-sustaining microlauncher, without public funding. ArianeGroup, MT-Aerospace, ELV, Deimos and PLD Space are carrying out the studies.

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