Long March 5 Failure May Delay Other Chinese Space Projects

Credit: Calt
Because Chinese space projects are unusually interlinked, far more than one payload was riding on the success of the second Long March 5 mission. But it failed, with cascading effects. The timing of future missions must now be in great doubt. The unexplained failure on July 2 may mean that the heavy...

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