Falcon9 is a launch vehicle developed by the U.S. space company SpaceX. Since her first flight in June 2010, she has been improved and used for various/many missions.
The name "Falcon" comes from the Millennium Falcon that appears in Star
Epsilon is a launch vehicle developed by Japanese rocket maker IHI Aerospace.
It has been launched from the Uchinoura Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture as a successor to the M-V that was abolished in 2006.
Reference：JAXA website "Epsi
AtlasV is a launch vehicle developed by United Launch Alliance (a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and Boeing: ULA).
It was launched from the U.S. spaceports Cape Canaveral Air Force Base and Vandenberg Air Force Base, and has been
Space travel realized? New Shepherd is a manned suborbital launch vehicle for space tour developed by Blue Origin.
Unlike other launch vehicle that delivers satellites into orbit, her mission is to take the space traveler to an altitude
The Long March is a Chinese launch vehicle for transferring the satellite.
Chinese launch technology, which had originally evolved as a military, has been used for commercial launches like the United States and the Soviet Union, and the s
SaturnⅤ is the largest super launch vehicle ever used in the Apollo program.
The mission is to transfer the Apollo spacecraft to the lunar orbit, with a diameter of 10.1m and a height of 110.6m and a weight of 2870.9t. The payload capacit
"KIBO" and KOUNOTORI, the key to manned space exploration2019 is the 10th anniversary of the completion of the Japanese experimental module "KIBO" at the International Space Station (ISS) and the launch of the first transfer vehicle "KOUN
On August 6 2019, Ariane Space in Europe successfully launched the Ariane 5 rocket two communication satellites loaded.
Ariane Space is a company founded in 1980 by 53 companies in 12 countries (57% of which are French companies) and laun