Conception: 1907...1931 launched
sim in early 1952 the rocket was launched and crashed in late 1952. The rocket was restored for major parts from late 1952 to early 1956 and for the minor parts from early 1956 to late 1959. In Summer of 1960, they added a monitor and un-rusted the rocket, and by First Winter of 1961, they were ready to launch it for the 3rd time. In spring of 1961, they launched it, and it landed and crashed in a rice field in early 1964. It was recovered in 1967, and the instruments were replaced with new...
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advanced versions of them, and a new monitor and locator was placed. The liquid was replaced in spring of 1968, and in the summer of 1968, they prepared for the launch. In fall of 1968, the rocket was shipped to the place to launch, and on December 2, 1968, the rocket was cleaned. A new rocket was built and was supposed to launch after the old rocket (which was then named 1931-A). 1931-A was checked on August 7, 1970, and was fixed to new chemicals in the fuel on August 18, 1970. On September 1, 1970, the rocket was ready to launch, and it launched on September 12, 1970. It crashed into a house in 1977, hitting the TV and a zygote in a human. The human gave birth to 377 babies at once. It recovered and was put into a nearby museum in 1983, named Zygotepower, and in 1985 it was renamed to Gopo-1. Gopo-2 was launched on May 17, 1988.