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Russian resupply ship destroyed en route to International Space Station

TUAW Thursday, 1 December 2016
Russian resupply ship destroyed en route to International Space StationDuring what is normally a routine resupply run to the International Space Station on Thursday, Russian ground control lost contact with its delivery vehicle, the Progress MS-04, which has now been confirmed as destroyed.
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News video: Japanese cargo ship blasts off for space station

▶ Japanese cargo ship blasts off for space station 00:46

A Japanese resupply cargo ship launches from Tanegashima island in southern Japan, en route to the International Space Station. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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