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International Launch Services Inc. and Russia’s Khrunichev rocket-production center—which are responsible ... Completing the constellation has already been delayed three times by launch failures, crimping the …
Wall Street Journal · 8/26/2015
Space Industry
Moscow, Russia: Russia on Thursday successfully launched a Proton rocket with a British satellite in the first such launch since an engine failure ... malfunction in one of a series of embarrassing failures for Russia's …
NDTV · 8/28/2015
Russia has successfully launched a rocket carrier with a British satellite in the first such launch since an engine failure in May ... Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center, over previous failures.
Radio Free Europe · 8/28/2015
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Until then, SpaceX had a flawless launch ... fail again." About a month after the explosion SpaceX announced that the likely cause was a single, faulty support strut that broke during mid-launch. Unlike most of the parts …
The Business Insider · 1 day ago
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1 letter to Comptroller General Gene Dodaro, who heads the GAO, the two lawmakers say they want to know why the rocket launches failed, whether interruptions ... recent cargo missions from Japan and Russia have …
USA Today · 1 day ago
Space Station
A Russian-built rocket failed during a communications satellite launch over the weekend, dealing another blow to the nation's space program. The unmanned Proton-M rocket carrying the Mexsat-1 satellite for the Mexican government crashed shortly after ...
Space · ByMike Wall · 5/18/2015
The Russian Proton-M launch vehicle, grounded since the May 16 accident when it failed to send the Mexican Mexsat-1 communications ... After the launch, the Proton-M, utilizing a 5-burn Briz-M rocket stage …
spaceflightinsider.com · 8/29/2015
Inmarsat
The failed launch was the latest of seven Proton carrier rocket failures over the past five years. Roscosmos head Igor Komarov said in May that Russia was not planning to give up on the use of Proton-M rockets despite …
sputniknews.com · 8/29/2015
Russian rocket launches don’t get nearly as much play as, say, a SpaceX launch. But in light of recent events, the Soyuz rocket blasting into orbit at 12:55 AM EST tonight, which will carry a spacecraft loaded with food and supplies to the International ...
Gizmodo · 7/2/2015
"The next 'Proton' launch is planned for August. It will be a commercial launch," Komarov said early on Thursday without specifying what kind of spacecraft the rocket will carry into orbit. According to Komarov, both the rocket and the vessel are already ...
Space Daily · 7/28/2015