VIDEO: Unmanned Rocket Crashes Into Flames After Liftoff In Japan

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(FOX NEWS) – An unmanned rocket crashed in a huge fireball just seconds after liftoff off in Japan.

TV footage captured Saturday’s crash on Japan’s northernmost island.

Japanese startup Interstellar Technologies is investigating why its 33-foot rocket failed.

“We could not accomplish what we were expected to do. I feel sorry for that,” said Takahiro Inagawa, the president of the company, according to the newspaper Mainichi.

Saturday’s failure was the second after the rocket’s first launch last July.

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