ESA's ATV-4 Einstein Launches to the ISS

Launch of ESA's ATV-4 Einstein, ArianeSpace

Marc's note: Today's launch went off without a hitch at 5:52 p.m. EDT (21:52 GMT).

The Automated Transfer Vehicle 4 or 'Einstein' is loaded with more than 7 tons of supplies for the International Space Station crew. ATV-4 was named by ESA in honor of the 20th century theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein. The Ariane 5 launched from Kourou, French Guiana.

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