HERSCHEL PROVIDES VIEW OF SYLDA 5 DEPLOYMENT ON MAY 14 MISSION

Herschel's Visual Monitoring Camera captured a unique series of in-flight photos of the SYLDA 5 payload dispenser's jettison during Ariane 5's latest mission success. The images - which are part of an animated sequence created by the European Space Agency - were taken at an altitude of more than 1,000 km. above Africa.

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HERSCHEL PROVIDES VIEW OF SYLDA 5 DEPLOYMENT ON MAY 14 MISSION

Herschel's Visual Monitoring Camera captured a unique series of in-flight photos of the SYLDA 5 payload dispenser's jettison during Ariane 5's latest mission success. The images - which are part of an animated sequence created by the European Space Agency - were taken at an altitude of more than 1,000 km. above Africa.

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HERSCHEL PROVIDES VIEW OF SYLDA 5 DEPLOYMENT ON MAY 14 MISSION

Herschel's Visual Monitoring Camera captured a unique series of in-flight photos of the SYLDA 5 payload dispenser's jettison during Ariane 5's latest mission success. The images - which are part of an animated sequence created by the European Space Agency - were taken at an altitude of more than 1,000 km. above Africa.

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ARIANESPACE CHOSEN TO LAUNCH THE ALPHASAT I-XL COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE

Arianespace's eighth Service & Solutions contract of 2009 was signed to loft the new Alphasat I-XL communications satellite, to be used by British operator Inmarsat. Ariane 5 is scheduled to launch the satellite - which will provide advanced mobile voice and data communications services across Europe, Africa and the Middle East - from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana in 2012. This contract follows a partnership agreement between Inmarsat and the European Space Agency (ESA) concerning the commercialization of the first mission to use the new European platform, Alphabus.

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ARIANESPACE CHOSEN TO LAUNCH THE ALPHASAT I-XL COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE

Arianespace's eighth Service & Solutions contract of 2009 was signed to loft the new Alphasat I-XL communications satellite, to be used by British operator Inmarsat. Ariane 5 is scheduled to launch the satellite - which will provide advanced mobile voice and data communications services across Europe, Africa and the Middle East - from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana in 2012. This contract follows a partnership agreement between Inmarsat and the European Space Agency (ESA) concerning the commercialization of the first mission to use the new European platform, Alphabus.

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ARIANESPACE CHOSEN TO LAUNCH THE ALPHASAT I-XL COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE

Arianespace's eighth Service & Solutions contract of 2009 was signed to loft the new Alphasat I-XL communications satellite, to be used by British operator Inmarsat. Ariane 5 is scheduled to launch the satellite - which will provide advanced mobile voice and data communications services across Europe, Africa and the Middle East - from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana in 2012. This contract follows a partnership agreement between Inmarsat and the European Space Agency (ESA) concerning the commercialization of the first mission to use the new European platform, Alphabus.

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ARIANESPACE CHOSEN TO LAUNCH THE ALPHASAT I-XL COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE

Arianespace's eighth Service & Solutions contract of 2009 was signed to loft the new Alphasat I-XL communications satellite, to be used by British operator Inmarsat. Ariane 5 is scheduled to launch the satellite - which will provide advanced mobile voice and data communications services across Europe, Africa and the Middle East - from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana in 2012. This contract follows a partnership agreement between Inmarsat and the European Space Agency (ESA) concerning the commercialization of the first mission to use the new European platform, Alphabus.

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