The three H-IIB rocket launches to date all served to launch the H-II transfer vehicle (HTV) known as "KOUNOTORI," a cargo transporter to the International Space Station (ISS).
What does HTV stand for?
HTV stands for H-II Transfer Vehicle
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We have 41 other meanings of HTV in our Acronym Attic
- HDSL Terminal Unit - Central Office
- HDSL Terminal Unit - Remote User
- High Threat Urban Area (US TSA)
- HDSL Transceiver Units-Central Office
- Houston Transgender Unity Committee (Houston, TX)
- Holy Trinity Ukrainian Catholic Church (Carnegie, PA)
- Herts Trade Union Learning Centre (UK)
- Holy Trinity United Methodist Church (Danvers, MA)
- Harvard Trade Union Program
- Home Theatre Uninterruptible Power Supply
- Habitual Traffic Violator
- Hamburger Tennis Verband (German: Hamburg Tennis Association; Hamburg, Germany)
- Harlech Television (Wales, UK)
- Health, Taste, Vitality (website)
- Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Heavy Tactical Vehicle
- Heavy Transport Vehicle (Pakistan)
- Heidenheimer Tarifverbund (German)
- Hoops Television
- Hrvatska Televizija (Croatian television)
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The H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV) Demonstration Flight and the H-IIB Launch Vehicle are undergoing final launch preparations at the Vehicle Assembly Building waiting for their launch on Sept.
The exposed facility has its own robotic arm, which means that experiments launched on unmanned cargo spacecraft, such as Japan's H-II Transfer Vehicle, can be installed without requiring an astronaut to emplace it on a spacewalk, says Robinson.