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Vega Launch Fails, Destroying UAE Reconnaissance Satellite

Credit: Arianespace
“Approximately two minutes after liftoff, shortly after ignition of the Zefiro 23 second stage, a launcher anomaly occurred, leading to the premature end of the mission,” according to Arianespace, the launch operator.

 

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