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Image: ESA's first Automated Transfer Vehicle


Image: ESA's first Automated Transfer Vehicle ESA's very first Automated Transfer Vehicle is seen approaching the International Space Station against the glow of Earth's horizon. Launched 10 years ago on 9 March 2008, the maiden cargo ferry was named after the 19th-century French author and visionary, Jules Verne, who fascinated millions of young people and inspired space scientists and explorers with his extraordinary stories. While it didn't take the spacecraft 80 days to go around the world and reach the Space Station, it was nevertheless an extraordinary voyage.    More



(Source: Phys.org - Mar 8)

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