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Atlas V rollout

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket with the Air Force’s Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV) rolls out to its Space Launch Complex-41 launch pad April 21. The OTV, also known as the X-37B, supports space experimentation, risk reduction, and concept of operations development for long duration and reusable space vehicle technologies.
(United Launch Alliance photo/Pat Corkery)

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket with the Air Force’s Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV) rolls out to its Space Launch Complex-41 launch pad April 21. The OTV, also known as the X-37B, supports space experimentation, risk reduction, and concept of operations development for long duration and reusable space vehicle technologies. (United Launch Alliance photo/Pat Corkery)

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket with the Air Force’s Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV) rolls out to its Space Launch Complex-41 launch pad April 21. The OTV, also known as the X-37B, supports space experimentation, risk reduction, and concept of operations development for long duration and reusable space vehicle technologies.
(United Launch Alliance photo/Pat Corkery)

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket with the Air Force’s Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV) rolls out to its Space Launch Complex-41 launch pad April 21. The OTV, also known as the X-37B, supports space experimentation, risk reduction, and concept of operations development for long duration and reusable space vehicle technologies. (United Launch Alliance photo/Pat Corkery)