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H-IIB (H2B) is an expendable launch system used to launch H-II Transfer Vehicles (HTV, or Kounotori) towards the International Space Station. H-IIB rockets are liquid-fuelled with solid-fuel strap-on boosters and are launched from the Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. Mitsubishi and JAXA have been primarily responsible for design, manufacture, and operation of H-IIB. H-IIB made its first flight in 2009, and made a total of four flights through 2013.
H-II Automated Transfer Vehicle. (HTV) The H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV), also called Kounotori, 'Oriental Stork' or 'White Stork'). Is an automated cargo spacecraft used to resupply the Kibo Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) and the International Space Station (ISS).
The shapes and proportions of the objects are accurate. Following the original plans and photos.
MODELS: Selecting the object named CONTROL (parents). Change the size, position and rotation of the whole. Ready for animation. Ready to render. Textures , materials, lights, camera included.
In OBJ format. In the OBJ format all properties are maintained. The meshes of the objects are independent. Materials and textures included. The ZIP file contains: OBJ file, MTL file, and original texture map JPG.
In FBX and MAX format. The meshes of the objects are independent. Materials and textures included.
Optimized for infographics, integration in real environments and for close-ups. HD shapes with the minimum possible number of polygons. Quad topology. Ready to render.