Egyptian Satellite In Orbit Despite Russian Rocket Glitch

MOSCOW—An Earth-imaging satellite owned by Egypt reached orbit on Feb. 21 despite a glitch with its Russian Soyuz-2 launcher, a problem that is delaying next week’s flight for OneWeb. “At least one day slip for the launch. Ugh,” OneWeb founder Greg Wyler wrote on Twitter. “Glad to see EgyptSat-A...

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