Vega-C: Stacked and ready to launch


ESA’s newest launcher stands nearly 35m tall when its four stages and payload are fully stacked. For its inaugural flight, VV21, the main payload is LARES-2, a scientific mission of @AsiTV.

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  1. While deeply immersed in/mesmerized by a Phillip Glass-esque soundtrack, I could not but imagine where we'll be fifty years from now. So much has been accomplished in the last decade that one cannot but have hope for a future in space for our species.

  2. Will the webcast be more interesting (= seeing much more the rocket) than recent Arianespace launches which has too much blah blah blah ?
    Will she have rocket cams that were lacking on Ariane V & Vega ?

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