Proton Launch Mishap To Delay ILS Missions

PARIS — A Proton M/Block DM-03 rocket carrying three Russian Glonass navigation satellites veered wildly off course shortly after liftoff July 2, exploding into a fiery ball before crashing 2.5 km from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Prior to the failure, International Launch Services (ILS)...

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