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First Vostochny launch was postponed due to cable design flaw

Submit on Friday, May 20th, 2016 22:58

The first rocket launch from Russia’s Vostochny cosmodrome had to be postponed for one day on 27 April due to a faulty cable, which proved to have a design flaw, a panel of inquiry of the space corporation Roskosmos has found.

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