High-altitude winds over the Spaceport in French Guiana have resulted in the decision by Arianespace and the European Space Agency to postpone tonight’s Vega mission with three satellite payloads and ALTS subsystem manufactured by  TEMIS.A new launch date will be decided based on the evolution of the weather conditions....

From ArianeSpace press release:Arianespace VV02 – Proba-V, VNREDSat-1 and ESTCube-1: Launch postponed by 24 hoursEvry, April 25, 2013To carry out additional checks on the mobile gantry system used on the Vega launch complex (SLV), the European Space Agency (ESA) and Arianespace have decided to postpone the Vega launch VV02 for 24 hours. It was originally scheduled for the night of May 2 to 3.Liftoff is scheduled for the night of May 3 to 4, 2013, at exactly:11:06:31 pm (local time...

TEMIS concludes the environmental test campaign over the IAPU, Video Camera Assemblies and Telemetry Transmitter that will be used for the next VEGA flight (VV02) as part of the ALTS  subsystem. ELV ALTS responsible defines the TRB and DRB milestones successfully achieved and all the equipments provided by TEMIS are now in Kourou spaceport (French Guiana) waiting for the final integration on the VEGA Launcher.The VEGA VV02 flight, with the ALTS mission, is planned for the 20th April 2013 at...