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Unmanned Russian rocket crashes after launch in Kazakhstan

Published: 07.02.13, 07:15 / Israel News

An unmanned Russian rocket carrying three navigation satellites crashed shortly after lift-off from the Russian-leased Baikonur launch facility in Kazakhstan on Tuesday, Russian media reported. There were no reported injuries.

 

State-run Rossiya-24 television showed footage of the Proton-M booster rockets veering off course seconds after lift-off, rotating and falling apart in the air and crashing in a ball of fire near the launch pad. (Reuters) 

 

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