Comité National de l'Espace Louisiannais

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La Comité Nationale de L'Espace Louisiannais, or CNEL, is the national aerospace consortium of Louisianne. Louisianne uses a combined system, using a specially built Zeppelin to track the rocket in the air and a rocket to loft payload to a high enough altitude to acheive orbit. The first attempt resulted in disaster, due to terrorist action by Deseret revolutionaries. The subsequent attempts were successful.

CNEL and ATOE have also worked to develop a newer, more stable rocket, and have done so in the new Sarutahico 2. This rocket was successfully tested, and has been used subsequently to loft the first Japanese-Louisiannan into space.