ATV-2 – A key ESA contribution to the ISS
In recent weeks several space freighters, the Russian Progress and Japanese HTV, have arrived at the International Space Station. But the most important logistics spacecraft for the ISS is Europe’s Automated Transfer Vehicle. The ATV-2 called Johannes Kepler is to be launched from Kourou in just over a week and will be docking at the orbital complex on February 23rd with over 7 tonnes of cargo.
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@Vampus in 2001 the first long-duration crew flew to the ISS, that?s why it?s an anniversary event for the ISS. The 10-year anniversary for the ISS for beeing in orbit was 2008