It was not a good day for a Russia-launched satellite that eventually ended up plunging into the Pacific Ocean. A commercial Sea Launch AG Zenit-3SL rocket lasted just forty seconds after liftoff, before plunging into the ocean and destroying an Intelsat IS-27 telecommunications satellite that it was slated to place in low-Earth orbit... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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