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Kaguya launch update: just about to go!

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

13-09-2007 20:21 CDT


I'm trying to monitor the status of Kaguya's launch but can't seem to get their webcast feed working. However, the last word on the Mitsubishi blog seems to indicate they're ready to go; and everything looks good through the webcam! Fingers crossed...

Kaguya on the launch pad


Kaguya on the launch pad
T minus 30 and counting!

Edit: Got it working! Sounds like they're going through a final poll right now...

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