ArianeSpace Launch History 2008 - 2024
- The rows of the table represent the different vehicles used by ArianeSpace
- The columns represent the different years
- The size of the rocket in each cell reflects the number of launches performed by the vehicle in that year
- The color of the rocket in each cell reflects the success rate of the vehicle in that year
- This allows for a visual representation of the launch history of ArianeSpace, including which vehicles were used the most and their success rates over time
ArianeSpace Vehicles Trend 2008 - 2023
This chart displays the usage of ArianeSpace vehicles from 2008 to 2023. The chart shows the cumulative sum of the number of launches performed by each vehicle over time. Each vehicle is represented by a different color and the total usage is represented by the sum of all areas. The y-axis represents the number of launches and the x-axis represents time. This visual representation provides a clear understanding of the evolution of ArianeSpace's vehicle usage over time and the relative contribution of each vehicle to the total number of launches.
Ariane 5 Vega Ariane 1 Ariane 2 Ariane 3 Ariane 4 Soyuz-2.1 Soyuz-ST Vega C
ArianeSpace Failed Launches 2008 - 2023
This chart displays the failed launches of ArianeSpace vehicles from 2008 to 2023. Each failed launch is represented by a bubble, the size of which represents the number of failed launches for a particular vehicle in a particular year. The location of the bubble on the x and y-axis indicates the year and the vehicle respectively. This visual representation provides a clear understanding of the frequency and distribution of failed launches over time and across different vehicles. It allows for quick identification of patterns and trends, such as vehicles with a higher failure rate or periods of time with an increased number of failures.
ArianeSpace Launch Sites Usage By Vehicles
This chart displays the usage of launch sites by ArianeSpace vehicles. The bars for each launch site are stacked on top of each other, allowing for a clear comparison of the distribution of launch sites across different vehicles.
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