Rocket Report: Complex Falcon Heavy flight, Mars 2033, not happening

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Welcome to Edition 1.46 of the Rocket Report! As always, we’ve got news from around the world of launch this week. Startups in Japan and China have made news this week, and Russia may soon decommission the most historical launchpad in the world. There’s also plenty of news from the world of heavy lift.

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Interstellar Technologies to make third launch attempt. In an email, the Japanese new space company said it would attempt to launch the MOMO-3 rocket on April 30 from its launchpad in Taiki, Hokkaido. The launch is set for 2:15am UTC, and the company said a live stream would be available.

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