The 116th Ariane 5 launch, operated by Arianespace, effectively placed the ESAs JUICE space probe into an escape orbit, marking Europes first mission to Jupiter. The probe, developed by Airbus Defence and Space, will spend a minimum of 3 years observing Jupiters icy moons, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, in search of prospective environments for life and insights into the planetary systems operations. Credit: Arianespace
Arianespaces Ariane 5 effectively launched the JUICE space probe, starting Europes first objective to Jupiters icy moons to check out possible life and planetary system characteristics.
The 116th Ariane 5 launch, operated by Arianespace, successfully put the JUICE area probe in an escape orbit.
Europes Ariane 5 heavy-lift launcher, for which ArianeGroup is the lead professional, as soon as again demonstrated its exceptional dependability.
This will be Europes first objective to the Jovian system. Its traveler, JUICE, will invest at least 3 years observing Jupiters icy moons, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto.
The 116th Ariane 5 launch, run by Arianespace, effectively positioned the ESAs JUICE space probe into an escape orbit, marking Europes first mission to Jupiter.” With the successful launch of the JUICE area probe, Ariane 5 has once again made its contribution to European space history. As prime specialist for Ariane 5 and Ariane 6, in charge of advancement and production, ArianeGroup is at the head of a large industrial network of more than 600 business, including 350 medium-size and small business (SMEs). ArianeGroup delivers a flight-ready launcher on the launch pad to its subsidiary Arianespace, which markets and operates Ariane 5 from Europes spaceport in French Guiana. Throughout launch campaigns, Arianespace works closely with the French space firm (CNES), the design authority for Ariane 5 and accountable for the satellite preparation centers and the launch base.
ESAs newest interplanetary objective, Juice, took off on an Ariane 5 rocket from Europes Spaceport in French Guiana, at 14:14 CEST on April 14, 2023, to begin its eight-year journey to Jupiter, where it will study in information the gas giant planets 3 large ocean-bearing moons: Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. Flight VA260 is the final Ariane 5 flight to bring an ESA objective to space. Credit: ESA/CNES/Arianespace
Stéphane Israël, CEO of Arianespace, stated: “Arianespace is honored to have been delegated with this launch, the first European mission to Jupiter, and to play a part in expanding our understanding of the planetary system and the required conditions for the emergence of life. In preparing for this objective, we have actually worked hand in hand with ESA, Airbus Defence and Space, ArianeGroup, and French space agency CNES. I take this opportunity to thank all the groups who have actually offered so much for 10 years to bring us to todays effective result. And all the best to JUICE for the incredible journey it will embark on!”
” With the successful launch of the JUICE space probe, Ariane 5 has once again made its contribution to European space history. I desire to thank the teams from ArianeGroup and Arianespace, together with all our European partners, for this latest success of the Ariane launcher.
Simply 28 minutes after liftoff, the Ariane 5 will release Juice into space. But the spacecraft will not be left to fend for itself– 5 minutes later ESA objective controllers will begin getting signals via ground stations and assume control of the spacecraft. Credit: ESA/ ATG medialab
The propulsion system for the JUICE spacecraft was developed, developed, and incorporated in Germany by ArianeGroups Orbital Propulsion groups, and makes up the 400 N primary engine to be utilized for Jupiter orbit injection, 20 small thrusters, and 2 titanium propellant tanks.
After this mission, one Ariane 5 launch remains before Ariane 6 uses up the baton, supporting Europes institutional missions and meeting the rapidly growing needs of the business market.
The Ariane 5 heavy-lift launcher is an ESA program brought out in cooperation in between public institutions and industry across 12 European partner countries.
ArianeGroup is the lead contractor for the development and production of Ariane 5, along with being accountable for launcher preparation operations approximately lift-off. As prime contractor for Ariane 5 and Ariane 6, in charge of advancement and production, ArianeGroup is at the head of a vast industrial network of more than 600 companies, consisting of 350 medium-size and small enterprises (SMEs). ArianeGroup delivers a flight-ready launcher on the launch pad to its subsidiary Arianespace, which markets and runs Ariane 5 from Europes spaceport in French Guiana. During launch projects, Arianespace works carefully with the French space company (CNES), the design authority for Ariane 5 and accountable for the satellite preparation centers and the launch base.
The Launch at a Glance:
346th launch run by Arianespace
More than 1150 satellites introduced by Arianespace
1st launch run by Arianespace in 2023
This launch was performed on April 14, 2023 from the European Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana at 09:14 am local time (12:14 pm UTC).
116th Ariane 5 launch fro mthe CSG.
6058kg is the total payload carried by the released for this objective.
90th successive launch with nominal operation of the Vulcain 2 primary stage engine.
116th successive launch with nominal operation of the strong boosters.
156tth successive launch with nominal operation of the HM7B upper stage engine.
On Friday, April 14, 2023, at 09:14 am local time, an Ariane 5 launcher, run by Arianespace, effectively raised off from Europes Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, bring the European Space Agency (ESA) JUICE area probe.
The spacecraft, developed by Airbus Defence and Space for ESA, will bring out Europes first mission to Jupiter. It will invest a minimum of three years making in-depth observations of the planets icy moons: Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, which will get here in July 2031. JUICE will study the moons as prospective environments for life, attending to two essential questions: what are the conditions for world formation and the development of life, and how does the solar system work?