ARIANESPACE FORMALLY INAUGURATES NEW LOOK AND BRANDING

Arianespace has unveiled its new graphic style, providing a refreshed corporate identity for the world's leading commercial launch services provider. An evolution of Arianespace's previous identity, this new look includes incorporation of the company's "Service & Solutions" motto as an integral part of the corporate logo.

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ARIANESPACE FORMALLY INAUGURATES NEW LOOK AND BRANDING

Arianespace has unveiled its new graphic style, providing a refreshed corporate identity for the world's leading commercial launch services provider. An evolution of Arianespace's previous identity, this new look includes incorporation of the company's "Service & Solutions" motto as an integral part of the corporate logo.

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ARIANESPACE FORMALLY INAUGURATES NEW LOOK AND BRANDING

Arianespace has unveiled its new graphic style, providing a refreshed corporate identity for the world's leading commercial launch services provider. An evolution of Arianespace's previous identity, this new look includes incorporation of the company's "Service & Solutions" motto as an integral part of the corporate logo.

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ARIANESPACE FORMALLY INAUGURATES NEW LOOK AND BRANDING

Arianespace has unveiled its new graphic style, providing a refreshed corporate identity for the world's leading commercial launch services provider. An evolution of Arianespace's previous identity, this new look includes incorporation of the company's "Service & Solutions" motto as an integral part of the corporate logo.

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ARIANESPACE ANNOUNCES CONTRACT WITH INTELSAT

Arianespace has won a contract with Intelsat covering the launch of one satellite, plus the option to loft four more satellites between 2011 and 2015. Arianespace will call on the Ariane 5 and Soyuz launch vehicles to deploy innovative solutions to meet the requirements of Intelsat's upcoming satellites - which range in size from 3,000 to 6,100 kg.

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ARIANESPACE ANNOUNCES CONTRACT WITH INTELSAT

Arianespace has won a contract with Intelsat covering the launch of one satellite, plus the option to loft four more satellites between 2011 and 2015. Arianespace will call on the Ariane 5 and Soyuz launch vehicles to deploy innovative solutions to meet the requirements of Intelsat's upcoming satellites - which range in size from 3,000 to 6,100 kg.

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ARIANESPACE ANNOUNCES CONTRACT WITH INTELSAT

Arianespace has won a contract with Intelsat covering the launch of one satellite, plus the option to loft four more satellites between 2011 and 2015. Arianespace will call on the Ariane 5 and Soyuz launch vehicles to deploy innovative solutions to meet the requirements of Intelsat's upcoming satellites - which range in size from 3,000 to 6,100 kg.

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ARIANESPACE ANNOUNCES CONTRACT WITH INTELSAT

Arianespace has won a contract with Intelsat covering the launch of one satellite, plus the option to loft four more satellites between 2011 and 2015. Arianespace will call on the Ariane 5 and Soyuz launch vehicles to deploy innovative solutions to meet the requirements of Intelsat's upcoming satellites - which range in size from 3,000 to 6,100 kg.

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ESEO Project – latest news!

The ESEO project is moving ahead! AMSAT-UK is getting ready to support it with on board transponder and telemetry equipment. The latest news item on the ESA Education website (http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/Education) gives up to date information about the progress made so far.

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ARIANESPACE SELECTED TO LAUNCH NILESAT 201

Arianespace will launch the Nilesat 201 satellite as part of a turnkey contract that Thales Alenia Space has with Nilesat. To be lofted into geostationary transfer orbit by an Ariane 5 or Soyuz vehicle during the first quarter of 2010, Nilesat 201 will be the third satellite launched by Arianespace for the Egyptian operator - following Nilesat 101 and 102, which were successfully orbited in 1998 and 2000, respectively.

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