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Russia’s Angara Debut Delayed For Weeks
July 03, 2014
The debut of Russia’s new light-class Angara rocket has been delayed for several weeks as engineers investigate a defect in the drainage valve of a liquid oxygen tank discovered during pre-launch checks. “An emergency shutdown occurred 79 seconds before the start of the launch,” Russian engine maker...
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