China’s Landspace Suspects Hardware Fault In Failed Launch

Chinese private space launch company Landspace suspects a broken pipe in the terminal-correction attitude-control system caused the failure of its first shot, on Oct. 27. A preliminary investigation of the failure of the ZQ-1 solid-propellant launcher found that after 37 sec. of third-stage...

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