Russian rocket failure raises questions for launch of Canadian astronaut

Credit: CTV News- Published on October 11, 2018
Russia says it is suspending manned space launches pending a probe into a Russian booster rocket failure, raising questions about the fate of an upcoming launch that included a Canadian astronaut.
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