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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

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This year
Nasa power outage temporarily halts contact with space station
Neither the astronauts nor the station were in any danger and back-up control systems took over within 90 minutes.
Last year
Nasa's Artemis 1 moon rocket launch postponed due to engine issue
The next available launch date for the mission will be on Friday, but a decision has not yet been made on whether it will go ahead.
Contact lost with spacecraft on way to test moon orbit, Nasa says
The spacecraft had spent nearly a week in Earth orbit when contact was lost.
Fuel leak thwarts Nasa’s dress rehearsal for moon rocket
Liquid hydrogen is extremely hazardous, with officials noting that the systems had been checked for leaks prior to the test.
All time
Rockets suffer 20th straight defeat with narrow loss to Thunder
Elsewhere, Chris Paul became the sixth player in NBA history to register 10,000 assists.
'Hold, hold, hold' - Technical hitch discovered two minutes before launch sees NASA Sun mission cancelled
The launch will be attempted again tomorrow.
Six Labour MPs resign before Brexit vote in another turbulent day at Westminster
MPs have just voted against having a “Norway model” arrangement with the EU after Brexit.
There's an €18 million hole in funding for Dublin's homeless services
Richard Brady, the head of housing at the Council, said that the situation was “serious”.
It has been 45 years since Apollo 13 had a problem
The mission wasn’t exactly plain sailing.