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Russian rocket crashes to Earth

An unmanned Russian rocket carrying a Japanese communications satellite malfunctioned after liftoff Thursday and crashed in Kazakhstan, officials said. Nobody was hurt, but the crash triggered concerns in Kazakhstan about environmental damage from toxic rocket fuel. The Proton-M rocket failed to put the JCSAT-11 satellite into orbit because of a problem during operation of the second stage, the U.S.-based American-Russian joint venture International Launch Services said. Full Story

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