Indian Navigation Satellite Launch Fails

BENGALURU—The launch of India’s eighth navigation satellite, IRNSS-1H, failed on Aug. 31, derailing efforts to replace an older, ailing spacecraft in the seven-satellite constellation. The 1,425-kg (3142 lb.) IRNSS-1H, intended to become part of the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System...

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