For satellite companies, they don't necessarily have the money to buy a rocket to support it, let alone a team dedicated to refurbishment. Wouldn't it be nice to directly buy a launch with the lowest market price? For rocket companies and space agencies, purchasing other rockets means a loss of independence, and any bells and whistles will have serious consequences. This incident caused Ariane to lose the Alliance and Vega 2 rockets at once, leaving only the Ariane e 5 with a performance slightly lower than that of the Falcon 9, but the price was as high as 139-185 million euros . The Antares, Atlas V, and Vega rockets have entered the countdown to elimination - just because the engines are all provided by Russia.