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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.

Argentina

  • ORBIT II – retired[1][full citation needed][2][full citation needed]
  • TRONADOR – under development[3][full citation needed]

Australia

  • AUSROCK IV – under development

Brazil

  • VLS-1
  • VLMUnder Development

China

Several rockets of the Long March family

Long March 2F

  • Feng Bao 1 - Retired
  • Kaituozhe-1
  • Long March
    • Long March 1 - Retired
      • Long March 1
      • Long March 1D
    • Long March 2
      • Long March 2A - Retired
      • Long March 2C
      • Long March 2D
      • Long March 2E - Retired
      • Long March 2F
      • Long March 2F/G
    • Long March 3
      • Long March 3 - Retired
      • Long March 3A
      • Long March 3B
      • Long March 3B(A)
      • Long March 3C
    • Long March 4
      • Long March 4A - Retired
      • Long March 4B
      • Long March 4C
    • Long March 5under development
    • Long March 6under development
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    • Long March 7under development

Denmark

  • HEAT-1X – under development
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Europe

Ariane 5

  • Ariane
    • Ariane 1 - Retired
    • Ariane 2 - Retired
    • Ariane 3 - Retired
    • Ariane 4 - Retired
    • Ariane 5 - Active
    • Ariane 6 - Under development
  • Europa - Retired
  • Vega (jointly with Italian Space Agency) - Active
  • Ariane M – proposal only

France

  • Diamant - Retired

Germany

  • OTRAG - Retired

India

Indian SLV, ASLV, PSLV, GSLV and GSLV Mk.III Rockets

  • Satellite Launch VehicleRetired
  • Augmented Satellite Launch VehicleRetired
  • Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle
    • PSLV
    • PSLV-CA
    • PSLV-XL
    • PSLV-HPUnder development
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  • Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle
    • GSLV Mk.I (a)
    • GSLV Mk.I (b)
    • GSLV Mk.II
  • Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mk IIIUnder Development
  • Unified Launch VehicleUnder Development
  • Avatar RLVUnder development

Indonesia

  • RPS-420 (Pengorbitan-1) – under development
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  • RPS-550 (Pengorbitan-2) – under development
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Iran

Israel

  • Shavit

Italy

  • Vega (jointly with European Space Agency)

Japan

Mu rockets

H-II series

Εpsilon

  • Lambda - Retired
    • L-4S
  • Mu - Retired
    • M-4S (ja)[4]
    • M-3C (ja)[5]
    • M-3H (ja)[6]
    • M-3S (ja; pl)[7]
    • M-3SII (ja; pl)[8]
    • M-V
  • N - Retired
    • N-I
    • N-II
  • H-I - Retired
  • H-II
    • H-II - Retired
    • H-IIA
    • H-IIB
  • J-I - Retired
  • GX – Cancelled
  • Epsilon

New Zealand

  • Rocket Lab – under development

North Korea

Romania

  • Haas – under development

Russia

Angara Family

  • Angara – under development

South Africa

  • RSA-3 - development retired
  • CHEETAH-1 – under development[9]

South Korea

  • Naro family
    • KSLV-1[10][11]
    • KSLV-2 – under development

Soviet Union/Russia

Proton-K

Soyuz-FG

Dnepr-1

  • Kosmos
    • Kosmos-1 - Retired
    • Kosmos-2I - Retired
    • Kosmos-3 - Retired
    • Kosmos-3M
  • Energia
    • Zenit
      • Zenit 2
      • Zenit 3
      • Zenit-3SL
      • Zenit 3SLB
  • N1 - Retired
  • R-7
    • Luna
    • Molniya - Retired
    • Polyot
    • Soyuz family
      • Soyuz - Retired
        • Soyuz-L
        • Soyuz-M
      • Soyuz-U
        • Soyuz-U2
        • Soyuz-FG
      • Soyuz-2
    • Sputnik
    • Voskhod
    • Vostok
  • Shtil'
  • Start-1
  • Universal Rocket
    • Proton
    • Rockot
    • Strela

Spain

  • Capricornio - retired

Ukraine

  • R-36 derivatives
    • Dnepr
    • Tsyklon
      • Tsyklon-2 - Retired
      • Tsyklon-3 - Retired
      • Tsyklon-4under development
  • Energia family
    • Zenit
      • Zenit 2
      • Zenit 3
      • Zenit-3SL
      • Zenit 3SLB
  • See also: Soviet Union

United Kingdom

United States

bold denotes active OLS

A Saturn V, Space Shuttle, and three Ares rockets

Atlas rockets

Delta rockets

Titan rockets

  • Antaresactive
  • Arescancelled
    • Ares I
    • Ares IV
    • Ares V
  • Athena
  • Atlas
    • Atlas B - retired
    • Atlas-Able - retired
    • Atlas-Agena - retired
    • Atlas E/F - retired
    • Atlas H - retired
    • Atlas LV-3B - retired
    • Atlas SLV-3 - retired
    • Atlas-Centaur
      • Atlas G - retired
      • Atlas I - retired
      • Atlas II - retired
      • Atlas III - retired
      • Atlas V
  • Conestoga - retired
  • Falcon
    • Falcon 1 - retired
    • Falcon 1e - under development
    • Falcon 9
      • Falcon 9 v1.0 - retired
      • Falcon 9 v1.1 - operational
    • Falcon Heavy - under development
  • Juno II - retired
  • Minotaur
    • Minotaur I
    • Minotaur IV - under development
    • Minotaur V - under development
  • Pegasus
  • Pilot - retired
  • Redstone
    • Juno I - retired
    • Sparta - retired
  • Saturn - retired
    • Saturn I
      • Saturn IB
    • Saturn V - retired
      • Saturn INT-21
  • Scout - retired
  • Space Shuttle - retired
  • Space Launch System - under development
  • Taurus
  • Thor - retired
    • Thor-Able - retired
    • Thor-Ablestar - retired
    • Thor-Agena - retired
      • Thorad-Agena - retired
    • Thor-Burner - retired
    • Thor DSV-2U - retired
    • Delta
      • Thor-Delta - retired
      • Delta A - retired
      • Delta B - retired
      • Delta C - retired
      • Delta D - retired
      • Delta E - retired
      • Delta G - retired
      • Delta J - retired
      • Delta L - retired
      • Delta M - retired
      • Delta N - retired
      • Delta 0100 - retired
      • Delta 1000 - retired
      • Delta 2000 - retired
      • Delta 3000 - retired
      • Delta 4000 - retired
      • Delta 5000 - retired
      • Delta II
        • Delta II 6000 - retired
        • Delta II 7000
      • Delta III - retired
      • Delta IV
  • Titan - retired
  • Vanguard - retired

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