Japan has not succeeded. Send a new self-developed rocket into space

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Japan has not succeeded. Send a new self-developed rocket into space

Japan has not succeeded. Send a new self-developed rocket into space
The Japanese Space Agency's self-developed H3 rocket is the latest model. Still unable to complete the satellite launch mission as planned because there was a problem with the engine

Foreign news agencies reported slotxo เว็บตรง fromTokyo. Japan on February 17 that the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (Jasa) issued a statement on Friday. about the H3 rocket launch attempt to launch Earth observation satellites which is equipped with security monitoring equipment That includes North Korea's missile sensor system.

The launch of the rocket was unsuccessful. because it was detected "Technical difficulties" in the ignition of a solid fuel rocket engine. As a result, the rocket which has a height of 57 meters, cannot travel as scheduled From a launch pad inside the Tanegashima Space Center off the coast of Kyushu. Jasa's team a thorough investigation is underway to find the cause


The H3 is the first medium-sized rocket in three decades that Jasa has developed in-house. to reduce the West's reliance on space technology with the main goal is to send a satellite to orbit the earth and sending supplies to the International Space Station (ISS), where Japan is one of the participating countries.


Back in October of last year, there was a technical malfunction with Jasa's Epsilon rocket. Shortly after leaving the firing base to launch Earth observation satellites So the ground lab decided to enter the order. It was the first time since 2003 that Japanese rockets had encountered problems. during the journey into outer space and a first for an Epsilon rocket which is a solid fuel rocket and has been in use since 2013 as well.

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