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Atlas V ics16THO

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Transcript of Atlas V ics16THO

Posotive and Negative
58 Launched rockets have had a perfect success.posotive.
only one rocket has ever had any failure.negative.
The only rocket to fail was rocket 401 the first flight.negotive
Details about the program
The vehicle (Atlas V) is operated out from launch complex 41 at The Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
Its operated by Lockheed-Martin-boeing.
Has launched 59 different rockets from there different locations.
The launch stations are Cape Canaveral and Vandenberg.
Some rockets carry up TDRS' which is a Tracking and data relay satellite.

work cited
"Atlas V." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 17 Nov. 2015. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_V>.
When did Atlas V start?
Atlas v is a launch system in the Atlas rocket family . It started in August 2002. And was formaly operated by lockheed-Martin but is now operated by lockheed-martin-boeing joint venture United Launch Alliance. And is still operational.
Atlas V
The atlas v patch
"Atlas V Launches NROL-35 out of Vandenberg." <i>Atlas V Launches NROL-35 out of Vandenberg</i>. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Nov. 2015. &lt;http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2014/12/atlas-v-launch-nrol-35-vandenberg/&gt;.
The patch for Atlas V
All other info
How it helped scientist and engineers
Some of the Atlas rockets send up TDRS' which is form of satillite and they bring information back to scientist and engineersand gives them in formation about space and Earths atmosphere
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