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Epsilon launch scrubbed by winds
Posted: Sun, Oct 10, 2021, 11:54 AM ET (1554 GMT)
High winds scrubbed a second attempt to launch a small Japanese rocket Wednesday. The launch of the Epsilon rocket was postponed because of gusty winds at the Uchinoura Space Center, and a new launch date was not immediately announced. The Japanese space agency JAXA scrubbed the first launch attempt last week because of a ground station problem. The rocket is carrying a technology demonstration satellite and eight smallsat secondary payloads.
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