List of orbital launch systems

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

Argentina

Australia

Brazil

  • VLS-1 - Retired
  • VLMUnder Development

China

Several rockets of the Long March family
Long March 2F

European Union

Ariane 5

France

Germany

India

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

Indonesia

Iran

Simorgh SLV

Iraq

Israel

Italy

Japan

Mu rockets
H-II series

New Zealand

North Korea

Taiwan

Philippines

Romania

  • HaasUnder Development

Russia and former USSR

Proton-K
Soyuz-FG
Dnepr-1
Angara Family

South Africa

  • RSA-3 - Development Retired
  • CHEETAH-1Under Development[23]

South Korea

Spain

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

United States

Comparison of Saturn V, Space Shuttle, three Ares rockets, and SLS Block 1
Atlas rockets
Delta rockets
Falcon rockets
Titan rockets

See also

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