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  • 1 Mission

    The mission of the Space Directorate is to coordinate ONERA's activities in the fields of launch vehicles and orbital systems. The Directorate's mission is to promote the ONERA strategy within its particular scope, and implement the actions arising from this
  • 2 DTIS - Information Processing and Systems

    Aerospace systems (air transport system, launch vehicles, satellites, etc. Information systems (monitoring, localisation systems, etc
  • 3 Eole demonstrator starts flight tests Automated, reusable launch aircraft co-developed by CNES, Onera and Aviation Design

    This experimental aircraft is being used to study the feasibility of replacing the first stage of a conventional launch vehicle by an automated, reusable launch aircraft... Today, these nanosatellites are launched as" auxiliary passengers" along with larger satellites on conventional launch vehicles
  • 4 Eole demonstrator : automated, reusable launch aircraft used for nanosatellite launches

    This experimental aircraft (1 4 scale) is being used to study the feasibility of replacing the first stage of a conventional launch vehicle by an automated, reusable launch aircraft. The aim of this program is to prove the technological validity of this innovative launch concept, designed to orbit nanosatellites quickly and at moderate cost
  • 5 ONERA's preparations for Ariane 6 are underway

    The next European launch vehicle will be Ariane 6- low-cost and operational by 2020. ONERA is ready for the R&T work to be performed on the future launcher, continuing its support for Ariane. The decisions taken at the ESA Ministerial Conference of the 2nd of December 2014 confirmed the critical need to maintain European competitiveness in launchers and led to the selection for 2020 of a modular configuration Ariane 6 PHH (three stages with" Powder", "Hydrogen" and" Hydrogen" propulsion, with two variations