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Think of solutions for exploiting the launcher mission in different ways
Describe the services using the active solutions during the launcher mission
Draw up the business model associated with each new service
A launcher with even more added value!
Demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of your proposal in a presentation
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New services using European means for accessing space

FROM SPACE

On average, every two months a space launcher takes off from Kourou in French Guiana. It crosses all the atmosphere’s layers and then continues its journey in the vacuum of space until satellite orbital injection at a target speed and an altitude of several hundred kilometres.

This huge feat is the only actual function of this spacecraft. Notably, neither the environment on the way nor the trajectory followed are exploited at all, besides for succeeding the main mission of placing the satellites in orbit.

TO THE CHALLENGE

On average, every two months a space launcher takes off from Kourou in French Guiana. It crosses all the atmosphere’s layers and then continues its journey in the vacuum of space until satellite orbital injection at a target speed and an altitude of several hundred kilometres.

This huge feat is the only actual function of this spacecraft. Notably, neither the environment on the way nor the trajectory followed are exploited at all, besides for succeeding the main mission of placing the satellites in orbit.
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