Orbital Rocket Explosion: Costs of a Failed Mission

Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- NASA says it will continue its commercial space launch program after Orbital Science's unmanned rocket exploded midair in Virginia on Tuesday. The agency has relied on Orbital and SpaceX to ferry supplies to the space station since retiring the space shuttle in 2011. While Orbital investigates what happened, Bloomberg looks at the costs behind the failed mission. (Source: Bloomberg)

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