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STS-129 / ISS undocking.
Space shuttle Atlantis and its seven-astronaut crew undocked from the International Space Station at 4:43 a.m. EST (09:43 UTC) on November 25, 2009.
Atlantis is scheduled to land at Kennedy Space Center, Fla., Friday.
The 11-day Atlantis mission will return ISS crew member Nicole Stott to Earth and is expected to be the final space shuttle crew rotation flight. Stott spent two and a half months on board the ISS.
When the mission completed, only five U.S. space shuttle flights will remain before the shuttle fleet is retired next year. Russian, European and Japanese space freighters will keep the ISS supplied until NASA deploys its new capsule-style Orion spacecraft.
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Proton-M rocket orbited “Eutelsat W7” satellite.
 photo by Roscosmos
On November 24, 2009 Russia launched a Proton-M rocket carrying the European "Eutelsat W7” satellite at 14:19 UTC.
The contract for the launch was concluded between the European "Eutelsat” telecommunications company and International Launch Services Inc. (ILS). The Russian-American joint venture International Launch Services (ILS) had signed a contract with the Eutelsat satellite operator to launch the Eutelsat W7.
Eutelsat W7 was manufactured by Thales Alenia Space.
The 5.5-ton satellite has a lifetime of about 15 years.
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