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CORRECTION.

YESTERDAY we incorrectly reported that a rocket launched at Greencastle, Co Donegal, broke up and showered debris near onlookers.

The launch was headed by former NASA subcontractor and Director of the Planetarium at the Inishowen Maritime Museum, Mr Ash C McFadden who has asked us to point out that the rocket splashed down at its pre- determined landing site away from spectators after activating its two parachutes. There was no debris. We are happy to correct the position and regret any embarrassment caused.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 7, 2004
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