Japan’s attempt to send a satellite into space ended in failure
Japan sends its own flagged satellite rocket into space for the first time. But it failed to make a successful debut. According to CNN, within 15 minutes of takeoff, controllers sent a message to destroy the rocket.
According to the Japan Space Agency, the message of its destruction was sent at 10:52 on Tuesday. Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported that the second stage of the H-3 rocket did not fireAccording to reports, the spacecraft took off from the Tanegashima Space Center carrying the Advanced Earth Observation Satellite-3. Authorities said the satellite would be a major tool for climate management. But on Tuesday, Japan’s attempt to launch a satellite into space failed for the second time in the space agency’s history. Earlier on February 17, the first attempt failed.