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Japanese spy satellite launch delayed by poor weather forecast


Japanese spy satellite launch delayed by poor weather forecast A bad weather forecast has prompted Japanese space officials to delay the launch of an H-2A rocket with a high-resolution government-owned reconnaissance satellite by at least 48 hours until Monday night, U.S. time. Ground crews at the Tanegashima Space Center, Japan’s primary spaceport in the southwestern part of the country, will keep the H-2A rocket protected inside a vertical assembly building before rollout to the launch pad around a half-day before liftoff.   More



(Source: SpaceFlight Now - Feb 25)

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