Today, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched an Epsilon launch vehicle carrying eight satellites. Shortly after launch, experts were forced to destroy it.
Live broadcast was stopped
The publication of this publication has been canceled on the website of Utinora Publications, and its registration has been removed from the official YouTube channel of this agency. The reasons for the decision to destroy this missile have not yet been officially disclosed.
Epsilon was to launch eight satellites into orbit, including the 110-kilogram RAISE-3 instrument used to test the innovative technology.
IHI Aircraft Corporation
JAXA has had five successful Epsilon launches since 2013, the first such failure by a Japanese carrier. The Epsilon is a three-stage solid propellant rocket jointly developed by JAXA and the IHI Aircraft Corporation.
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