Storm damages space center in Japan, 130K still lack power

TOKYO (AP) — A tropical storm that dumped heavy rain as it cut across Japan moved into the Pacific after killing two people and leaving thousands of homes without power. New damage was reported Tuesday in southern Japan, where Typhoon Nanmadol hit over the weekend before weakening as it moved north. A wall was damaged in a building where Japan’s aerospace agency assembles rockets on Tanegashima island. Two deaths were reported Monday in Miyazaki prefecture, and another person was missing in Hiroshima. More than 130,000 homes are still without power Tuesday. Ground transportation was operating normally, but dozens of flights were canceled in northeastern Japan.