Two satellites from South Korea and Japan will be launched into space by the Ariane 5 rocket. Turkey made by Arianespace Ariane 5’s clock 01 will begin at 18 launch can be watched live.
Ariane 5 rocket will carry Turkey clock 01:18 tonight on two satellites into space belongs to South Korea and Japan. The rocket made by Arianespace will be launched from the Guiana Space Center near Kourou in French Guiana. The 58-minute launch process can also be watched live.
The live broadcast, which can be watched on Space.com and YouTube, is expected to start 15 minutes before launch. The top of the Ariane 5 rocket will be the satellite JCSAT-17 to be launched into orbit. It has been announced that JCSAT-17 will be a communication satellite that will offer flexible, high-bandwidth communication capabilities to users living in and around Japan. The satellite is owned by the Tokyo-based Sky Perfect JSAT operator.
You can use the link below to watch the launch of the Ariane 5 rocket live:
The other satellite is GEO-Kompsat-2B. This satellite will provide data for weather forecasters and other scientists by observing our planet’s oceans and other environmental factors. The satellite, which will be used by the Korean Space Research Institute, will operate in accordance with GEO-Kompsat-2A sent to space in 2018.
On the other hand, the European Space Agency is also working on new rockets. Ariane 6 and Vega C rockets are expected to be ready for use this year.