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October 06, 2006

UP Aerospace Says Rocket 'Just Three Seconds' Short Of Success

No Major Anomalies Found So Far

A representative with UP Aerospace told ANN Friday the company has released its preliminary analysis of the September 25 launch of its SpaceLoft XL rocket at New Mexico's Spaceport America. From the company's findings so far, it appears the rocket came VERY close to attaining its goal.

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NASA Confirms Something 'Dinged' Atlantis On Last Mission

Agency Doesn't Know What Caused Damage To Radiator Panel

Did the space shuttle Atlantis take a ding during its recent mission to the International Space Station? Experts outside of NASA reported Wednesday they thought so... and late Thursday afteroon, NASA confirmed reports the agency is studying a dent, one-tenth of an inch deep, it refers to as Ding 18.

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