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ARIANESPACE LAUNCH MANIFEST

 ARIANESPACE LAUNCH MANIFEST
 WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Arianespace today issued its


launch manifest through the end of 1993. This document, updated once a year, defines the foreseen sequence for the launches of the satellites for which the Ariane launch system has been selected by the Arianespace customers.
 LAUNCH LAUNCHER SATELLITES
 Flight 53 Sept. 92 44LP Hispasat 1A & Satcom C3
 Flight 54 Oct. 92 42P Galaxy VII
 Flight 55 Nov. 92 42P Superbird-A
 Flight 56 Dec. 92 42P Galaxy IV
 Flight 57 March/April 92 44L Hispasat 1B & Insat 2B
 Flight 58 April/May 93 42L Astra 1C & Arsene
 Flight 59 Sept. 93 40 Spot 3 & Stella + ASAP
 No. 4(A)
 Flight 60 Oct. 93 44LP Intelsat VII F1
 Flight 61 Nov. 93 44LP Solidaridad 1 & MOP 3
 Flight 62 Dec. 93 44L DirecTv 1 & Thaicom 1
 (A) The fourth Ariane Structure for Auxiliary Payloads carrying: Healthsat, Kitsat-B, Posat-1, Eyesat & Itamsat.
 This document defines the launch sequence that Arianespace sets forth based on:
 -- Satellite launch sequence and priority taking into account the contractual launch commitments between Arianespace and its customers as well as the Arianespace priority rules (priority to the replacement satellites in case of launch failure or service interruption of satellite in orbit, scientific satellite if applicable, priority of executed contract over reservation).
 -- Launch availability and satellite compatibility.
 As of today, Arianespace's backlog stands at 30 satellites worth a total of FF 13.4 billion (or approximately US$2.9 billion).
 Arianespace, an industrial and commercial company, is a world leader in the provision of commercial space transportation services. Arianespace also markets and sells Ariane launch services and provides launch operations from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana. Arianespace Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Arianespace, is responsible for marketing launch services in the United States; a liaison office in Tokyo assures an Arianespace presence in Japan and in the Pacific region.
 -0- 9/11/92
 /NOTE: The Arianespace manifest is released for information purposes and only the dates announced formally by the company are to be taken into consideration./
 /CONTACT: Michelle Lyle of Arianespace Inc., 202-628-3936; Claude Sanchez of Arianespace S.A., (33/1)6087 60 13/14; or Dieter Brand Arianespace Tokyo, 813-3592-2766. CO: Arianespace ST: District of Columbia IN: ARO SU:


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