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Soyuz upper stage issue may delay first OneWeb launch
Posted: Sat, Feb 2, 2019, 10:34 AM ET (1534 GMT)
OneWeb satellite (Airbus Defence and Space) OneWeb confirmed a Soyuz problem will delay the launch of its first satellites. Greg Wyler, founder and chairman of OneWeb, tweeted that an anomaly with the rocket "will cause us to push out the launch," which was scheduled for mid-February from French Guiana. Neither he nor the company gave a new date for the launch. Russian media reported yesterday that technicians had found a problem with the Fregat upper stage and were studying how to repair it.
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