back to article Long-delayed Ariane 6 rocket is 'ready to go' – hopefully – says European Space Agency

The European Space Agency (ESA) has declared its Ariane 6 rocket is "ready to go” – at least in terms of its ability to launch the long - delayed rocket. But some concerns remain about the performance of its upper stage. That mixed news came in a Tuesday post that detailed two recent tests of the rocket. A December 7 test of …

  1. HuBo
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    Straight Outta Cayenne

    A great achievement for the FWA (Frenchez Wit Attitude) ... though admittedly tested at Lampoldshausen (ESA's DLR ISP). Go NTM, go MC Solaar, go Kamini! Frenchez, I'ma keep on rocketin', Ariane 6-in' straight outta Kourou!

  2. MachDiamond Silver badge

    About time

    There's been too much of a gap between 5 and 6 and that has created issues.

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