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B. 2014-02-12 China's lunar rover 'declared dead' China
C. 2014-01-27 China's moon rover 'suffers serious malfunction' China
D. 2010-06-10 Rocket apparently blew up South Korea
2009-04-05 Space launch 'fails' North Korea
F. 2003-11-28 2 spy satellites blown up Japan

  China's moon rover 'suffers serious malfunction'
  China's lunar rover 'declared dead'


year 2014 Top ^

Feb.12   China
  China's first lunar rover has been declared dead on the surface of the Moon, reports in state media say
Jan.27   China
  The diminutive lunar explorer, known as Jade Rabbit, was about halfway through a 3-month mission when it suffered a crippling breakdown



year 2010 Top ^

Jun.10   South Korea
  A Naro-1 space rocket apparently blew up just over two minutes after launch after it lifted off from a space center


year 2009 Top ^

Apr.5   North Korea   Space launch 'fails'
  North Korea failed in its attempt to get a satellite into space. 2 stages of the rocket and its payload landed in the Pacific Ocean


year 2003 Top ^

Nov.28   Japan 2 spy satellites blown up
  Officials have blown up a rocket carrying the satellites intended to monitor North Korea


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