HOUSTON – The NASA chair of the International Space Station (ISS) Mission Management Team (MMT) has endorsed Russia’s changes to ISS crew and cargo launch schedules in the aftermath of the late April Progress 59 resupply mission loss. Along with preliminary results of an investigation into the events surrounding the space freighter’s troubled April 28 separation from the Soyuz 2.1A launcher’s third stage disclosed earlier this week, the Russian federal space agency ...

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