Arianespace announced that its latest Ariane 6 missile will be used on a mission to launch a new satellite into Earth orbits.
Arianespace and Intelsat recently signed an agreement to launch 3 satellites into Earth orbit, namely, Galaxy 35, Galaxy 36 and Galaxy 37. The first two satellites are supposed to launch into space together in 2022, while the third moon, Galaxy 37, is assumed to be sent into orbit in 2023. The two aforementioned satellite launch operations will be carried out from the European space airport in South America, and the Ariane 5 missile will be used for the first operation, and the second operation will use the modern Ariane 6 missile
According to the available information, the three aforementioned satellites are supposed to act as communications satellites to secure the transmission of data to various regions of the Earth, and to contribute to supporting the work of the fifth-generation cellular networks in the United States.