Astra knows what caused its rocket launch failure in August and will try again soon

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We now know what caused that memorable power slide during Astra’s most recent launch.

The Bay Area company attempted its third orbital liftoff on Aug. 28, sending a two-stage rocket called Launch Vehicle 0006 (LV0006) skyward from Alaska’s Pacific Spaceport Complex on a test mission for the U.S. military.


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