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Atlas 5 Rocket EELV

Atlas 5

Size
Height: 191.2 ft
Diameter: 12.49 ft
Weight: 737,400 lb

Payload Capacity
Low Earth Orbit (LEO): 21,490–64,860 lb
Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO): 10,470–28,660 lb

Manufacturer
United Launch Alliance

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Delta 4 Heavy Rocket EELV

Delta 4

Size
Height: 206 ft
Diameter: 16.4 ft

Payload Capacity
Low Earth Orbit (LEO): 25,300 lb
Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO): 14,475 lb

Manufacturer
United Launch Alliance

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Delta 4 Heavy Rocket EELV

Delta 4 Heavy

Size
Height: 235 ft
Weight: Up to 1,616,800 lb

Payload Capacity
Low Earth Orbit (LEO): 50,800 lb
Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO): 28,950 lb

Manufacturer
United Launch Alliance

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Falcon 9 EELV

Falcon 9

Size
Height: 178 ft
Diameter: 12.0 ft
Weight: 735,000 lb

Payload Capacity
Low Earth Orbit (LEO): 23,000 lb
Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO): 10,000 lb

Manufacturer
SpaceX

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