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Japan's space agency has sent a self-destruct command to its H3 rocket that was launched Tuesday. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, says it determined the rocket couldn't complete the space mission after it failed to confirm the second-stage engine ignition. (Source: JAXA)
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