"This is a huge challenge that we have to work on." The European Space Agency said Monday that ensuring the launch of the first Ariane 6 rocket in 2022 is a top priority. p>
He said he created a "small group" to independently evaluate the program for the final stage of development of the Ariane 6 missile, which It aims to ensure Europe does everything it needs in a timely manner. “This is a huge challenge we have to work on,” said Schapacher. “Forget.” “We are in this together.” It usually takes place in October or November. This is a high-level meeting where delegates from every member of the space agency gather to define policy. ESA is funded by member states in various amounts. "Because we need good news and good luck, so that our politicians can see that Europe is doing something," Schapacher said of the launch before the 2022 summit, which is what Europe is offering, so it's worth investing in space at the MC.
The Ariane 6 is a heavy vehicle to replace the prestigious European Ariane 5. Although it is not reusable, European officials want the launch of the Ariane 6 to cost less than its predecessor and thus compete more with the Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket.However, some critics in Europe have said that the new rocket is not operating with enough power to challenge the reusable Falcon 9, which has lowered launch costs worldwide.The Ariane Group and its contracting partners are officially designing and building the Ariane 6 rocket Its development was approved by the Cabinet in 2014. The missile was originally scheduled to launch in 2020. But last November, European officials said they were now targeting the first flight of the Arian 6, from April to June 2022. They pointed out Both technical and global issues related to COVID-19 affecting the activities of development facilities in Europe and the missile launch site in French Guiana.Aschbacher's comments indicate that Ariane 6 is no longer a target for launch in the first half of 2022. Instead, it appears that it will struggle to select a tar It will be launched before the end of next year. p>
The European Space Agency has appointed a task force to assess the interests of the Ariane 6 . programme
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