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Kounotori 2

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HTV-2 "Kounotori" :H-II Transfer Vehicle

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Kounotori HTV-2 Rendevouz/Grapple/Berthing Timelapse

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UFO Caught flying past Japanese Kounotori H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV-6) White Stork.

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Blastoff! Japan launches HTV-9 cargo ship to space station

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The International Space Station grapples JAXA's HTV-2("Kounotori")

Kounotori 2, also known as HTV-2, was launched in January 2011 and was the second Japanese H-II Transfer Vehicle to resupply the International Space Station (ISS). It was launched by the H-IIB Launch Vehicle No. 2 manufactured by MHI and JAXA. After the supplies were unloaded, Kounotori 2 was loaded with waste material from ISS, including used experiment equipment and used clothes. Kounotori 2 was then unberthed and separated from the ISS and burned up upon reentering the atmosphere on 30 March 2011.
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