Russian rocket failure caused by damaged censor
The head of the Russian commission investigating the failed launch of a rocket last month said Thursday that a damaged sensor is to blame. In the incident, a Russian cosmonaut and a U.S. astronaut were forced to abort their mission when the rocket bound for the International Space Station failed.
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