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This is a list of conventional orbital launch systems. This is composed of carrier rockets, and other conventional systems, used to place satellites into orbit.

Contents

ArgentinaEdit

AustraliaEdit

BrazilEdit

  • VLS-1 - Retired
  • VLMUnder Development

China, People's RepublicEdit

EuropeEdit

 
Ariane 5

FranceEdit

GermanyEdit

IndiaEdit

 
(From left to right) ISRO's SLV, ASLV, PSLV, GSLV and GSLV Mk. III rockets

IndonesiaEdit

IranEdit

 
Simorgh SLV

IraqEdit

IsraelEdit

ItalyEdit

JapanEdit

 
Mu rockets
 
H-II series

New ZealandEdit

North KoreaEdit

RomaniaEdit

  • Haas – under development

RussiaEdit

South AfricaEdit

South KoreaEdit

Soviet Union and successor statesEdit

 
Proton-K
 
Soyuz-FG
 
Dnepr-1
 
Angara Family

SpainEdit

Republic of China (Taiwan)Edit

TurkeyEdit

UkraineEdit

United KingdomEdit

United StatesEdit

bold denotes active OLS

 
A Saturn V, Space Shuttle, and three Ares rockets
 
Atlas rockets
 
Delta rockets
 
Falcon rockets
 
Titan rockets

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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