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Piece of Russian rocket crashes into the ocean off Labrador, No...

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A large piece of a Russian rocket that successfully lifted a satellite into space last week crashed somewhere off the coast of Labrador within 36 hours of its launch, Norad officials confirmed Monday.

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#1 Dec 29, 2008
Russian Rocket Found Off Labrador Newfoundland North America World NORAD officials confirm

Pieces of a Russian rocket have been found off the coast of Labrador.

Norad officials confirm a large piece of a Russian rocket that lifted a satellite into space

crashed into the Atlantic Ocean within 36 hours of its Kazakhstan launch Christmas Day...

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