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Watch The Japanese Space Agency Set A Record For Smallest Rocket Used To Launch A Satellite

The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency has set a record for the smallest-ever rocket to launch a satellite into orbit, using a SS-520 sounding rocket modified to include a third stage carrying a 36cm TRICOM-1R cubesat as its payload. More »      
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