Arianespace is at a crossroads this year, where hard-to-predict external factors will drive the company one way or another. Commercially, Europe’s launch service provider hopes to see orders confirm its technology choices. On the institutional front, it expects European players to put their money where their mouth is by converting nonbinding resolutions into actual contracts. Placing commercial satellites into geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) is no longer Arianespace’s bread ...

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