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Airbus Defence and Space - Madrid, Spain

EADS CASA Espacio – Astrium – is the Spanish world leader in space activities. Its most important activities are the development and manufacturing of launcher equipment. It supplies: for Ariane 5, payload adapters, the 3936 cone adapters, the vehicle equipment bay, interstage structure and Vulcain engine piping; for Vega, the AVUM liquid propulsion stage structure, payload adapters and VESPA multiple launch system; and for Soyuz at the CSG, payload adapters and the ASAP multiple launch system.

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Airbus Defence and Space - Sevilla, Spain

With an aeronautical tradition going back more than a century, the City of Seville and its industrial firms came to the natural conclusion that their links with all aspects of space should be strengthened. Airbus Military and other high-tech and aerospace firms work on the European Ariane programme.
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Airbus Safran Launchers - Bordeaux, France

Herakles – Safran Group – a world leader in solid propulsion for space launchers, manufactures the nozzles and sees to the propellant casting, assembly and delivery of the Ariane 5 boosters and the first stage of the Vega launcher. It offers a full range of services and products covering launcher needs, from design to manufacturing, up to disposal at end of life. It also plays a part in launch safety at the CSG.

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Airbus Safran Launchers - Bremen, Germany

Bremen is the European centre of excellence for human spaceflight, launcher vehicles and space robotics. Astrium Bremen develops and builds the upper stage for Ariane 5, a launcher capable of placing payloads in orbit with a level of precision unrivalled anywhere in the world. This site is also responsible for key European contributions to the International Space Station (ISS), such as the Columbus Space Laboratory and the Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV).

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Airbus Safran Launchers - Ottobrunn, Germany

Astrium’s core activities in Ottobrunn encompass launch vehicle propulsion systems, including the thrust chambers – the very heart of any rocket engine – for the first and second stages of Ariane 5. The firm is also responsible for manufacturing telecommunications, navigation and Earth observation satellite sub-systems.

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Airbus Safran Launchers - Vernon, France

Drawing on 60 years of experience of rocket propulsion, the space engines division at Snecma, part of the Safran Group, designs, develops and produces propulsion systems for launchers, spacecraft and satellites. It is the prime for cryogenic propulsion for Ariane 5s, notably for production of the Vulcain 2 and HM7B engines, as well as for cryogenic propulsion development of the new upper stage for Ariane 5-ME with the Vinci engine.

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Arianespace - Evry-Courcouronnes, France

Arianespace was created in 1980 on the basis of the assets consisting of the Ariane family of launchers developed by ESA and CNES, and was the first commercial firm for the launching of satellites. Its shareholders are CNES and the main European space sector firms, representing ten European countries. In 2011, the Ariane 5 launcher was joined at Europe’s Spaceport by Soyuz and in 2012 by Vega. Arianespace has launched more than half the world’s commercial satellites currently in service.company's website

Avio - Colleferro, Italy

Involved in European space transportation since 1979, Avio produces Ariane 5’s two lateral solid-propellant boosters and the liquid-oxygen turbopumps for its Vulcain engine in collaboration with Herakles. ELV – a subsidiary of Avio and of the Italian Space Agency (ASI) – is the prime contractor for the development of Vega and responsible for the launch system design.
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Clemessy - Mulhouse, France

For 40 years, the Clemessy Group has been acive from design to integration, from development to maintenance, in space systems, deploying its ground segment competences: assembler of command/control systems; automisation of test benches; verification of satellite and ground support electrical equipment; power distribution; securing of assets and persons; voicedate- image communication.

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École de l'air - Salon de Provence, France

Homines enim eruditos et sobrios ut infaustos et inutiles vitant, eo quoque accedente quod et nomenclatores adsueti haec et talia venditare, mercede accepta lucris quosdam et prandiis inserunt subditicios ignobiles et obscuros.

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Forum Ariane Lampoldshausen - Hardthausen, Germany

This grouping of firms aims to draw attention to the importance of space exploration and of the Ariane programme and their technological, economic and social impact on Europe. It includes Astrium, DLR Lampoldshausen, the Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences and various local and regional entities.
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GTD - Barcelona, Spain

GTD has been playing a major role regarding the family of European launchers for 15 years. The firm is involved in providing: the ground launch systems at the Guiana Space Centre for Ariane, Vega and Soyuz; measurement and safety control equipment common to all three launchers; and Ariane and Vega onboard software.

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MT Aerospace AG - Augsburg, Germany

MT Aerospace – an OHB company – has been a European space programme partner for over 40 years. The firm supplies about 10% of Ariane 5 hardware, is involved in the development of Ariane 5 ME, and – through its subsidiary MT Aerospace Guyane – plays a part in developing and building the launch facilities at Kourou. The firm is also heavily involved in other space projects, ranging from the ATV to Alphasat, and in studies on future projects.

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Ruag Space - Zürich, Switzerland

Ruag produces the payload fairings for Ariane 5 and Vega. Its fairings have been used for some 220 European and US launches. The firm is also a world leader for payload adapters and separation systems used on commercial launches. It also supplies the onboard computers for guidance and control systems for Ariane and Vega.

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Safran Aero Boosters - Liège, Belgium

Safran Aero Boosters – Safran Group – is one of the major actors in aerospace propulsion in Europe. The firm designs, develops and produces modules, equipment and test benches for aeronautics and space engines.

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Telespazio France - Toulouse, France

Telespazio France – Leonardo and Thales Groups – has responsibility for the maintenance, operational exploitation and configuring of all the ground infrastructures on its customers’ sites. Its teams carry out these activities, which are at the very heart of all the Ariane, Soyuz and Vega launch campaigns at the CSG.

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Thales Alenia Space - Cannes, France

World leader in terms of orders and European leader in the construction of satellites, the reason for Ariane’s existence and a key player in the field of orbital infrastructure.

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Thales Alenia Space - Charleroi, Belgium

This firm is a European leader for the onboard electronics flown on Ariane, Soyuz and Vega, and also a global leader for electical power distribution and power conditioning for satellites. It supplies over 50% of the onboard electronics for Ariane 5 and produces the safety systems for Soyuz at the CSG.

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CVA Cities and Partners

Ville / Citysort descending Société / Entity Pays / Country
 Augsburg MT Aerospace AG DE
 Barcelona GTD ES
 Bordeaux métropole Airbus Safran Launchers FR
 Bremen Airbus Safran Launchers DE
 Cannes Thales Alenia Space FR
 Charleroi Thales Alenia Space BE
 Colleferro Avio IT
 Evry
 Courcouronnes

Arianespace FR
 Hardthausen Forum Ariane Lampoldshausen DE
 Kourou FR
 Les Mureaux FR
 Liège Safran Aero Boosters BE
 Madrid AIRBUS Defence and Space ES
 Mulhouse Alsace Agglomération Clemessy FR
 Ottobrunn Airbus Safran Launchers DE
 Salon de Provence École de l'Air FR
 Sevilla AIRBUS Defence and Space ES
 Toulouse Telespazio France FR
  Airbus Safran Launchers (Vernon) FR
  RUAG Space CH