Japan successfully launches solid fuel rocket

Japan’s space agency has announced successfully launched a 26-metre-long rocket named Epsilon-2, which put a satellite that helps study radiation belts in orbit. Epsilon-2 is part of a new generation of solid propellant rockets which can reduce launch costs up to one-third. Reduction in cost can allow countries to put more communication and weather satellites in space.

So, let’s discuss some questions related to this post:
Q. Name the country, which has successfully launched a 26-metre-long rocket named Epsilon-2?
Answer: Japan

Source – Business Standard

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