Japan H3 rocket fails, destruct command issued
Japan’s next-generation H3 rocket failed after liftoff on Tuesday, with the space agency issuing a destruct command after concluding the mission could not succeed.
Published 3 months ago
Times of India
Japan H3 Rocket: Japan's next-generation H3 rocket fails again, destruct command issued
Rest of World News: "It seems that the velocity is coming down," announcers on the JAXA live feed said, with the command centre then announcing: "The second stage engine
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Japan Space Agency Orders Self-Destruction of H3 Rocket Moments after Liftoff
Japan's space agency intentionally destroyed a new H3 rocket moments into its launch Tuesday after the ignition for the second stage of the country's first new rocket series in more than two decades failed.
3 months ago·IndiaRead Full Article
Japan's new rocket fails after engine issue, in blow to space ambitions
Japan's new medium-lift rocket failed on its debut flight in space on Tuesday after the launcher's second-stage engine did not ignite as planned, in a blow to its efforts to cut the cost of accessing space and compete against Elon Musk's SpaceX.
3 months ago·United KingdomRead Full Article
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