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Photo ID: 2157975
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, August 30, 2012
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AV-032 LIFTOFF! An Atlas V rocket streaks into the night sky over Cape Canaveral with NASA's Radiation Belt Storm Probes to study the Van Allen radiation belts. Launch came at 4:05am EDT August 30.
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Photo ID: 2074918
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United Launch Alliance
Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, February 24, 2012
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AV-030 From an unusual vantage point, an Atlas 5 rocket and the 200th Centaur upper stage lifts off from Cape Canaveral's oceanside Pad 41 with MUOS-1, a US Navy communications satellite and the heaviest Atlas payoad in history at over 15,000 lbs. The rocket flew in its biggest configuration ever, standing 21 stories tall and strapped with five solid rocket boosters. In this view from about 300 feet up and 1800 feet away stop the Atlas' assembly tower, the 206-foot vehicle begins to arc downrange.
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Photo ID: 2027436
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United Launch Alliance
Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, November 26, 2011
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AV-028 An Atlas V rocket lifts off from Complex 41 carrying the new Mars Science Laboratory, the largest rover to date. It will take eight months for the spacecraft to reach Mars, arriving next August.
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Photo ID: 1972066
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United Launch Alliance
Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, August 5, 2011
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AV-029 Carrying the JUNO spacecraft and on its way to Jupiter, the ULA Atlas V rockets of the pad in a shower of flames,smoke and ice from Space Launch Complex 41. The first few seconds of a six year mission. In the future, this rocket will be taking humans into space. Reports of the death of the American space program are greatly exaggerated! [35mm Fuji Velvia 50 with a 50mm lens on a sound activated Minolta X-700].
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Photo ID: 1969661
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, August 4, 2011
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AV-029 Standing 58.3 m (191.2 ft) tall, the rocket departs the Vertical Integration Building carrying the JUNO spacecraft in her upper stage. This very reliable launch vehicle is taller than a Space Shuttle Stack which is 56.14 m (184.2 feet). It is planned to be modified to carry astronauts into space in the near future. Atlas V rockets are assembled vertically on a mobile launch platform. A "551" model with a 5 meter diameter payload fairing,5 solid rocket motors and 1 Centaur upper stage.
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Photo ID: 1967528
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, August 5, 2011
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AV-029 Juno is on its way to Jupiter! Flying in its biggest possible configuration for the second time, the Atlas V had five solid rocket boosters strapped on to propel NASA's Juno probe across the solar system to Jupiter. Just the second-ever Jupiter orbiter, it will arrive July 4, 2015.
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Photo ID: 1768059
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Off-Airport - Kennedy Space Center
USA - Florida, August 14, 2010
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AV-019 An Atlas 5 rocket, standing 20 stories tall, weighing in at a million pounds and boasting over two-million in thrust, roars into space at dawn August 14 carrying AEHF-1, a major multi-billion dollar military communications satellite.
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Photo ID: 1621864
Views: 6971
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, November 23, 2009
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AV-024 A 19-story Atlas 5 rocket lights up the night sky as it launches the Intelsat 14 communications satellite.
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Photo ID: 1595212
Views: 9412
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, April 14, 2008
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AV-014 A 19-story Atlas 5 rocket launches the ICO G1 mobile communications satellite on April 14, 2008, at 4:12pm EDT. Weighing in at 14,625 lbs, it was the heaviest satellite ever placed into geosynchronous orbit 22,000 miles above the earth.
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Photo ID: 1595211
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, December 10, 2007
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AV-015 An Atlas 5 rocket, 19 stories tall and riding 860,000 lbs of thrust on its single RD-180 engine, lifts off at sunset, 5:05pm EST, December 10, 2007, to deliver a spy satellite into orbit for the National Reconnaissance Office.
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Photo ID: 1590319
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, January 19, 2006
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AV-010 NASA's New Horizons probe, the world's first mission to Pluto, gets underway with the launch of a 20-story Atlas 5 rocket from LC-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, 2:00pm EST January 19, 2006. Riding three million lbs of thrust on the fastest depature from Earth in history, the plutonium-powered New Horizons will reach Pluto in 2015.
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Photo ID: 1588621
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, October 10, 2007
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AV-011 A time-lapse image captures the launch of the Lockheed-Martin Atlas 5 rocket with WGS-1, a military communications satellite, at 8:22pm EDT October 10, 2007.
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Photo ID: 1588618
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Lockheed Martin Atlas 5
Cocoa Beach - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Skid Strip (XMR / KXMR)
USA - Florida, March 12, 2005
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AV-004 A fisheye view captures the launch of a 19-story Lockheed-Martin Atlas 5 rocket with the Inmarsat 4F-1 communications satellite at 4:42pm EST, March 12, 2005. This lens was destroyed by the very launch that took the 13,000-lb satellite into geosynchronous orbit.
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