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Russians broach space hire load after US flop

By MARCIA DUNN
AP Aerospace Writer

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) – Just hours after an American bucket run to a International Space Station finished in flames, a Russian supply boat has arrived during a hire with a bucket of uninformed supplies.

The Russian supply boat launched early Wednesday from Kazakhstan and arrived during a orbiting lab 6 hours after with 3 tons of food, fuel and other items. The well-spoken moody was in sheer contrariety to Tuesday evening’s blast of a commercially supposing bucket ship.

Orbital Sciences Corp.’s unmanned Antares rocket had only carried off from Wallops Island, Virginia, when it exploded. The rocket was carrying a Cygnus plug installed with 2½ tons of hire experiments and apparatus for NASA. Ground teams were finally removing entrance Wednesday morning to a shop-worn pad and fire-stricken area. No one was injured.

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