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Russian missiles fall due to malfunctioning

 
Russia's new missile dropped to Earth after flying in space because of a programming incident, Daily reported on December 3.
 
Russia's Soyuz spacecraft has disappeared after a supposedly successful launch from the new spaceport in Siberia earlier this week.
 
Russian space officials have struggled to analyze the data after the disappearance of the blast from the Far East.

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However, the Daily Mail said that news emerged that the incident seemed to have occurred as scientists forgot to program the rocket to know that it was launched from Russia rather than from the test site Kazakhstan.
 

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The Soyuz-2.1b was launched in space from the Fregat Launcher but lost contact with the Meteor-M spacecraft after it flew into orbit.
 
The rocket is said to have attempted to modify its position based on old coordinates and was "misplaced," according to The Times.
 
The Soyuz-2.1 was launched from the Fregat Launcher. Photo: EPA
 
Earlier, the Roscosmos website stated in a statement: "During the initial planned contact phase, the attempt to establish a connection failed because the spacecraft was not present in the targeted trajectory. Now, all the information is being analyzed. "
 
Interfax cited confidential information that failed to communicate with the spacecraft over a two-hour period.
 
Earlier, Roscosmos stated, "All initial stages of the rocket launch took place as planned."
 

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The purpose of the launch is to bring Meteor-M weather satellite with 18 devices to carry into orbit.
 
The first launch from the Vostochny aerospace airport took place in April -2016 under the supervision of President Vladimir Putin. However, it was postponed to the final seconds before the launch of the second attempt. The third launch from the Vostochny spaceport is scheduled for Dec. 22.
 
"The launch program will continue next year - it will grow," said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.

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