Second Setback For Japanese Rocket Startup

Credit: Momo-2 explosion: Interstellar Technologies
Japanese startup Interstellar Technologies is investigating the failure of its Momo suborbital sounding rocket, which blew up immediately after liftoff on its second flight on June 30 at Taiki-cho on Hokkaido. The first flight on July 30, 2017, also was a failure. Interstellar says the liquid-fueled...

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