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June 30, 2014
Categories: ATV, ISS, Kourou spaceport, Space

The last of five European unmanned cargo vehicles delivering cargos to the ISS will be launched on July 24, – Astro News reports with reference to Arianespace Company.

The spacecraft known as ATV (Automated Transfer Vehicle)  will be launched from Kourou Space Centre in French Guiana at 05.41, Moscow time.

The spacecraft is called  George Lemaitre in honour of Belgian scientist, the father of Big Bang Theory.

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