Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Best laid plans: Eight embarrassing failures of the Space Age
On October 19, the ESA's unmanned Schiaparelli Mars lander went silent after an attempted landing on the Red Planet that probably ended in an explosive impact on the surface. Over the years, we've seen many missions end in ways that remind us that space travel really is rocket science, so let's look at eight most embarrassing failures of the Space Age.
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