VIDEO: ATV-2 Johannes Kepler under construction

by | May 19, 2009 | Seradata News | 1 comment

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credit NASA / caption: This pictures shows ATV-1 Jules Verne during its ISS mission in 2008

In 2010 the European Space Agency’s second expendable Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) named Johannes Kepler will undergo its mission to deliver cargo to the International Space Station

Go through to the extended portion of this blog post to see video recorded on 16 May 2009 at Thales Alenia Space’s plant in Turin, Italy where ESA’s cargo carrier section for its ATV Kepler is undergoing assembly in the clean room

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