Video: Rocket bound for International Space Station explodes moments after launch

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An unmanned rocket bound for the International Space Station exploded moments after launch Tuesday evening. The rocket, a commercial vehicle built by Orbital Sciences Corp., was launched from NASA’s Wallops Island facility in Virginia.

NASA reported there were no injuries in the explosion, though a cause was not immediately available.  The vehicle, an Antares rocket, was carrying a Cygnus spacecraft with supplies, equipment and experiments, including some designated as classified, according to reports.

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