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July 17, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A Russian rocket blasted off into space and placed two German satellites in orbit a day later than planned after a malfunction had halted the mission seconds before launch Saturday. Russian news agencies quoted space officials as saying that the Soyuz rocket had lifted off from Baikonur in Kazakhstan. The press office of Russia's space agency, quoted by the Interfax news agency, said two Cluster-2 satellites were subsequently placed into orbits.
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July 17, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
A Russian rocket blasted off into space and placed two German satellites in orbit a day later than planned after a malfunction had halted the mission seconds before launch Saturday. Russian news agencies quoted space officials as saying that the Soyuz rocket had lifted off from Baikonur in Kazakhstan. The press office of Russia's space agency, quoted by the Interfax news agency, said two Cluster-2 satellites were subsequently placed into orbits.
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July 25, 1990 | Associated Press
An Ariane rocket successfully lifted a double payload of French and German TV satellites into orbit Tuesday night, five months after a similar rocket exploded minutes after takeoff.
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May 11, 1993 | Dean Takahashi / Times staff writer
Warming Up to Allies: Talk about post-Cold War cooperation. Rockwell International Corp.'s division in Anaheim has delivered a global positioning receiver that will be used in a German environmental research satellite to be launched by a Russian rocket in June. The Rockwell receiver, SpaceNav V, is designed to send data back to a control station on the satellite's position, velocity, and the precise timing of its movements.
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May 11, 1993 | Dean Takahashi / Times staff writer
Warming Up to Allies: Talk about post-Cold War cooperation. Rockwell International Corp.'s division in Anaheim has delivered a global positioning receiver that will be used in a German environmental research satellite to be launched by a Russian rocket in June. The Rockwell receiver, SpaceNav V, is designed to send data back to a control station on the satellite's position, velocity, and the precise timing of its movements.
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April 9, 1991 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the decades, the pine forest has edged in along the fringes of Test Pad 7, and grass now covers much of its cracked, weathered concrete apron. But the substructure--the exhaust ducts, the observation gangways and the gantry tracks--remain clearly identifiable as the place where a team headed by a 30-year-old German scientist named Wernher von Braun presided over the birth of the Space Age nearly half a century ago. Here, on Oct.
NEWS
April 9, 1991 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the decades, the pine forest has edged in along the fringes of Test Pad 7, and grass now covers much of its cracked, weathered concrete apron. But the substructure--the exhaust ducts, the observation gangways and the gantry tracks--remain clearly identifiable as the place where a team headed by a 30-year-old German scientist named Wernher von Braun presided over the birth of the Space Age nearly half a century ago. Here, on Oct.
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July 25, 1990 | Associated Press
An Ariane rocket successfully lifted a double payload of French and German TV satellites into orbit Tuesday night, five months after a similar rocket exploded minutes after takeoff.
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