August 17, 2018

Photos: Atlas 5 rocket moves to pad with space station cargo ship


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The Atlas 5 rocket emerges from the Vertical Integration Facility for rollout to Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral in preparation to launch the Orbital ATK Cygnus resupply ship to the International Space Station. Liftoff is set for Thursday at 5:55 p.m. EST.

Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
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Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: United Launch Alliance
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now
Photo credit: Alex Polimeni / Spaceflight Now

See earlier Cygnus OA-4 coverage.

Our Atlas archive.


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