Expace KZ-11 Launcher Fails On First Flight

Models of KZ-11 (left) and KZ-1A.
Credit: Bradley Perrett/AW&ST
BEIJING—The KZ-11 solid-propellant space launcher of Chinese state company Expace failed on its first flight on July 10. Reasons for the failure are under investigation, the government’s Xinhua News Agency said. The customer, whose payload was lost in the failure, online entertainment service...

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