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At Space Launch Complex 3 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, a crane is used to lift NASA's Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 44L rocket launch, artwork

Ariane 44L rocket launch, artwork
Ariane 44L rocket launch, computer artwork. North America is seen on the Earth at lower left. The Ariane 4 was a rocket launching system designed by CNES (the French space agency)

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 44L rocket, artwork

Ariane 44L rocket, artwork
Ariane 44L rocket, computer artwork. The Ariane 4 was a rocket launching system designed by CNES (the French space agency) for the European Space Agency (ESA)

Background imageCnes Collection: French-Soviet mission training, 1982

French-Soviet mission training, 1982
French-Soviet mission training, at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonauts Centre, Star City, near Moscow, USSR, in 1982. From left to right are: Soviet cosmonauts Vladimir Solovyov (born 1946)

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 1-4 rockets, artwork

Ariane 1-4 rockets, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Topex-Poseidon satellite, artwork

Topex-Poseidon satellite, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Vegetation sensor on SPOT 4, artwork

Vegetation sensor on SPOT 4, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 5 rocket launch, artwork

Ariane 5 rocket launch, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: SPOT 5 satellite, artwork

SPOT 5 satellite, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Cerise satellite collision, artwork

Cerise satellite collision, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Jason-2 satellite, artwork

Jason-2 satellite, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: SPOT 4 and Artemis satellites, artwork

SPOT 4 and Artemis satellites, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: HRVIR sensor on SPOT 4, artwork

HRVIR sensor on SPOT 4, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 5 rockets, artwork

Ariane 5 rockets, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: SPOT 4 satellite, artwork

SPOT 4 satellite, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Zero-G Airbus aircraft, artwork

Zero-G Airbus aircraft, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 5 rocket, artwork

Ariane 5 rocket, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 5 rocket with ARD, artwork

Ariane 5 rocket with ARD, artwork
Ariane 5 flight 504. Artwork showing a cut-away view of the European Ariane 5 launcher for flight 504, which deployed the XMM-Newton X-ray telescope on 10th December 1999

Background imageCnes Collection: SPOT satellites, artwork

SPOT satellites, artwork
SPOT satellites. Artwork of the four of the five SPOT (Satellite Pour l Observation de la Terre) earth observation satellites in Earth orbit, with the Moon at lower left

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 4 rocket versions, artwork

Ariane 4 rocket versions, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: Jason-1 satellite, artwork

Jason-1 satellite, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: COROT satellite, artwork

COROT satellite, artwork

Background imageCnes Collection: ELS launch pad, Guiana Space Centre

ELS launch pad, Guiana Space Centre. Diagram of the support services surrounding a rocket on the Ensemble de Lancement Soyouz (ELS) or Soyuz Launch Complex at Frances Guiana Space Centre

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 5 payload deployment, artwork

Ariane 5 payload deployment, artwork. This is the second stage of an Ariane 5 rocket, being used to deploy two satellites (one inside carrier)

Background imageCnes Collection: Hermes space shuttle, artwork

Hermes space shuttle, artwork. This proposed European Space Agency (ESA) spacecraft was intended to perform a role similar to that of NASAs Space Shuttle

Background imageCnes Collection: Picard satellite and Sun, artwork

Picard satellite and Sun, artwork. This satellite, one of the MYRIADE microsatellites from the French space agency (CNES), is designed to study the Sun and its effect on the Earths climate

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 5 rocket launch, stereo image

Ariane 5 rocket launch, stereo image
Ariane 5 rocket launch, stereo artwork. The two solid-fuel booster rockets have just separated from the main stage. The Ariane 5 launch system is used by the European Space Agency

Background imageCnes Collection: Picard satellite, artwork

Picard satellite, artwork
Picard satellite in Earth orbit, artwork. This satellite, one of the MYRIADE microsatellites from the French space agency (CNES), is designed to study the Sun and its effect on the Earths climate

Background imageCnes Collection: Oceanography satellites, artwork

Oceanography satellites, artwork
Oceanography satellites orbiting the Earth, artwork. They are Topex-Poseidon (left) and Jason-1 (right). Topex-Poseidon, launched in 1992

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 5 launch of Envisat, artwork

Ariane 5 launch of Envisat, artwork. This Ariane 5 rockets two solid-fuel booster rockets have just separated from the main stage. The rockets fairing (upper right) contains the Envisat satellite

Background imageCnes Collection: Ariane 5 rocket

Ariane 5 rocket. 8 meter high model of the Ariane 5 rocket, an expendable (single use) launch system. It was designed to place space probes



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At Space Launch Complex 3 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, a crane is used to lift NASA's Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) spacecraft. This mission aims to study the deep interior of Mars and provide valuable insights into the formation and evolution of rocky planets like Earth. Members of the media and social media participants attended the prelaunch briefing, where Philippe Lognonne shared details about this groundbreaking endeavor. Encapsulated in its payload fairing, InSight Atlas V tower underwent roll testing before being lifted off by a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 3. The gantry rolled back at Vandenberg Air Force Base in preparation for this significant launch that will contribute to our understanding of planetary science and pave the way for future space exploration missions.