The European Space Agency’s cargo spacecraft ATV-04 (Albert Einstein) undocked from the aft port of the International Space Station’s Zvezda module at 0855 GMT and separated from the station. The cargo craft will soon be deliberately re-entered with debris falling into the Pacific Ocean.
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