Europe’s Arianespace launch consortium sees no need to change its strategy following the dramatic recovery by U.S. rival SpaceX of a Falcon 9 rocket core stage. “It’s very complicated to see how this is going to evolve and to assess the economics of launch vehicle reusability,” Arianespace Chairman and CEO Stephane Israel told reporters in early January during the company’s annual forecast at a meeting with French media.. “It would be a mistake for us to ...

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