1. Photos: H-2B rocket prepared for launch at Tanegashima  Spaceflight Now
  2. Fire forces Japan to cancel rocket launch to ISS  Daily Nation
  3. Launchpad Fire Forces Japan to Postpone Cargo Ship Launch to Space Station: Report  Space.com
  4. Oops: Rockets lighting their tails is a good thing – but not three-plus hours before lift-off  The Register
  5. Cargo spacecraft launch postponed due to fire  NHK WORLD
  6. View full coverage on Google News
The rocket was to deliver supplies to the International Space Station.The rocket was to deliver supplies to the International Space Station.

Fire forces Japan to cancel rocket launch to ISS - Daily Nation

Japan called off a planned cargo ship launch to the International Space Station today (Sept. 10) after a fire erupted on the launch platform for the mission's rocket, according to press reports.Liftoff was set for 5:33 p.m. EDT (2133 GMT).

Launchpad Fire Forces Japan to Postpone Cargo Ship Launch to Space Station: Report | Space

Space station cargo mission grounded by launch pad fire – Spaceflight Now

The fire broke out near the launch pad on southern Tanegashima island at around 03:05 am (1805 GMT on Tuesday), as Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) was preparing to launch the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's cargo vessel Kounotori8 on an H-2B rocket.The fire broke out near the launch pad on southern Tanegashima island at around 03:05 am (1805 GMT on Tuesday), as Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) was preparing to launch the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's cargo vessel Kounotori8 on an H-2B rocket.

Japan Cancles Rocket Launch to ISS after Pre-Dawn Fire Erupts Near Launch Pad - News18

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A Japanese unmanned cargo spacecraft will remain on the ground for longer than planned after a fire broke out near the launch pad.A Japanese unmanned cargo spacecraft will remain on the ground for longer than planned after a fire broke out near the launch pad.

Cargo spacecraft launch postponed due to fire | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

A fire broke out at a rocket launch pad on Tanegashima Island in southwestern Japan early Wednesday, prompting the cancelation of a scheduled launch of a rocket carrying an unmanned spacecraft bound for the International Space Station, the operator said. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd planned to launch the Japan Aerospace…

Predawn fire cancels Japan's rocket launch to ISS - Japan Today

Photos: H-2B rocket prepared for launch at Tanegashima – Spaceflight Now

Japanese cargo spaceship launch scrubbed after premature deflagration

Oops: Rockets lighting their tails is a good thing – but not three-plus hours before lift-off • The Register

It's not yet known when the HTV-8 cargo ship will be launched to the International Space StationIt's not yet known when the HTV-8 cargo ship will be launched to the International Space Station

Launch pad fire grounds Japanese H-2B rocket and station cargo capsule from going to International Space Station - CBS News

Live coverage: H-2B rocket launch scrubbed after fire – Spaceflight Now

Japan’s Kounotori H-II Transfer Vehicle’s eighth journey to the International Space Station aboard an H-IIB…

Pad fire scrubs HTV-8 launch to the ISS - NASASpaceFlight.com