Rocket Blows Up Seconds After Launching From Vandenberg Space
The launch was designed to aid in the development of the Mk21A re-entry vehicle for the United States
A space rocket, Thank God no one was hurt in the explosion of a Minotaur II+ rocket
California's Vandenberg Space Force Base. About 11 seconds after takeoff, the explosion happened.
The LGM-35A Sentinel intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) is also under development
he Minotaur II+ launch was meant to help the advancement of a re-entry vehicle for the U.S. Air Force
Officials from the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center stated that the test launch's purpose
According to the centre, which is in charge of the project, the Sentinel programme is meant to take the place