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Automated Transfer Vehicle

Definitions

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  • noun transport expendable, unmanned resupply spacecraft developed by the European Space Agency.

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Examples

  • The logical way to kick-start those ambitions, according to European industry officials, is to enhance the European Space Agency's so-called Automated Transfer Vehicle, a $2 billion project currently only capable of taking cargo up to the International Space Station.

    Europeans Explore Expanding Their Space Efforts

  • If all goes as planned, a new European supply ship called the Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) is set to launch on Saturday night atop an Ariane

    WN.com - Articles related to Russian cargo vessel misses space station

  • If all goes as planned, a new European supply ship called the Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) is set to launch on Saturday night atop an Ariane 5 rocket from the Ariane Launch Complex Number 3 in

    WN.com - Articles related to Russian cargo vessel misses space station

  • It would be based on their Automated Transfer Vehicle cargo ferry, which has flown once.

    Space

  • It would be based on their Automated Transfer Vehicle cargo ferry, which has flown once.

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  • It would be based on their Automated Transfer Vehicle cargo ferry, which has flown once.

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  • The European Space Agency developed the Automated Transfer Vehicle line of cargo ships as part of its contribution to the space station program and plans to fly about once a year.

    Space Diary: Books

  • The European Space Agency developed the Automated Transfer Vehicle line of cargo ships as part of its contribution to the space station program and plans to fly about once a year.

    Space Diary: Space Habitats

  • The first Automated Transfer Vehicle, called Jules Verne, arrived at the station in April with supplies and fuel for the orbital outpost.

    Space Diary: June 2008

  • The European Space Agency developed the Automated Transfer Vehicle line of cargo ships as part of its contribution to the space station program and plans to fly about once a year.

    Space Diary: European Space Agency

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