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Stock-shots of the European Ariane 5 rocket

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VA 219 Ariane mission by Arianespace - The final European Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) number 5 was launched on an Ariane 5 ES rocket from Kourou in French Guiana at 23:47 UTC, July 29th 2014. The ATV-5 named 'Georges Lemaître' is carrying inside the pressurized compartment 2,600kg of food, supplies and science equipment for the 6 members of Expedition 40 onboard the International Space Station.

VA 219 Ariane mission by Arianespace - The final European Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) number 5 was launched on an Ariane 5 ES rocket from Kourou in French Guiana at 23:47 UTC, July 29th 2014. The ATV-5 named 'Georges Lemaître' is carrying inside the pressurized compartment 2,600kg of food, supplies and science equipment for the 6 members of Expedition 40 onboard the International Space Station.

Tags : ARIANESPACE | CNES | DLR | ATV | SPACE TRANSPORTATION | SPACE LAUNCHER | ISS | ARIANE 5

Location : Kourou, French Guyana

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