HOUSTON—An extended stay aboard the International Space Station for three U.S., European and Russian astronauts — prompted by the failed April 28 launching of Russia’s 59 Progress re-supply mission — will come to an end after 200 days on June 11, Russian federal space agency Roscosmos and NASA announced June 5. The Soyuz TMA-15M spacecraft is scheduled to depart the station’s Russian segment with NASA’s Terry Virts, the current ISS commander; the European ...

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