Japan agency probes rocket data leak
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Japan's space agency said it was investigating a possible leak of data of Epsilon rocket due to a computer virus.
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency said an infected computer was disconnected from its networks after a virus was found earlier this month. It is checking to see if any data was siphoned from it.
JAXA said data about Epsilon, due to be launched next year, H2A and H2B rockets may have been compromised.