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Space Station Supply Ship Destroyed After Take Off

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News video: Space Station Supply Ship Destroyed After Take OffAccording to Roscosmos, the Russian State Space Corporation, an unmanned Russian spacecraft bringing 2.5 tons of supplies to the International Space Station was lost shortly after liftoff from Kazakhstan on Thursday. The ISS Progress 65, a cargo ship, launched Thursday at 8:51 p.m. on the Russian-built Soyuz rocket. Just over six minutes into the launch, the data transmission from the spacecraft was lost. Radar stations in Russia could not detect the cargo vehicle.

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