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Japan has again postponed start of the truck to the ISS


Japan has again postponed start of the truck to the ISS
Japan has postponed start of the Kounotori-7 truck which had to deliver freights and the experimental equipment to the ISS.
the Japanese agency of space researches (JAXA) has postponed sending to the International Space Station of the Konotori-7 freighter, is reported on Friday, September 14, on Twitter of the agency.
Start-up has been appointed to early morning on September 15, before he was postponed from September 11. Both times transferred start because of technical malfunctions. the Truck the H2B rocket has to deliver
to the ISS. Konotori-7 it brings to the station the capsule in which results of the experiments made at the station will go to Earth. The truck has to collect space debris and together with him to burn down in the atmosphere. we Will remind
, earlier astronauts of NASA have organized playing tennis in space, and the German astronaut has shown the spectacular video of dawn shot with the ISS. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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