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SATELLITE CRASH HALTS LAUNCHES FROM COSMODROME
Yesterday's crash of a Russian military satellite has caused
the Russian space officials to temporarily delay all launches
from the Baikonur cosmodrome until they can determine what happened.
Launched on board a Proton-K booster, the satellite crashed in
eastern Russia, including a 200kg chunk in villager's garden.
NEXT GLOBALSTAR satellites PREPARED FOR LAUNCH
The next four Globalstar satellites are being prepared for
launch Thursday on board a Boeing Delta 2 rocket from Cape
Canaveral Air Station. The network already has 24 satellites
in orbit, and officials say they're operational, and ready
to begin transmitting.
NASA ENGINEERS WORKING ON SPACE STATION PATCH
Recently discovered micrometeorite damage to the Hubble Space
Telescope has proven how vulnerable the much larger International
Space Station will be to punctures. NASA is investigating
technologies that will allow astronauts to quickly repair
punctures and ensure the ISS maintains its pressure.
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