Kremlin says Russian satellite launch failures being investigated

Children listen to a guide as they gather near a full-scale replica of the world's first artificial satellite Sputnik, launched by the Soviet Union from a testing range in Kazakhstan on October 4, 1957, at the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics (or Memorial Museum of Space Exploration) in Moscow on October 3, 2017. When the Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite 60 years ago, it marked both the beginning of man's space exploration and the start of a space race between Moscow and Washi





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