ISS configuration post ATV-5

After a successful SpaceX mission, the Dragon CRS-5 departed from the ISS on Feb 10, 2015 wrapping up a 29 day stay at the International Space Station. The Dragon capsule departed with nearly 3700 pounds of research specimens, a balky spacesuit and experimental 3d printed parts before reentering the atmosphere and splashing down in the Pacific Ocean.

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This photo shows the current vehicles attached to the Russian segment of the ISS.

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Then on Feb 14, 2015, the ATV-5 “Georges Lemaitre” departed the ISS after a 6 month stay, becoming the last final flight of the ATV European cargo vessel.
The ATV-5 detached from the Zvezda service module, and leaving the aft port available for a new Progress vehicle to be arriving in a few more weeks.

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This is the current configuration of the ISS after the departure of Dragon and ATV-5.

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Source: Spaceflightnow.com

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