HOUSTON—After a failed attempt two days earlier, thrusters on the Russian Progress 58 re-supply capsule docked to the International Space Station (ISS) fired for just over 32 min. on May 17, successfully raising the altitude of the six-person orbiting-science laboratory to set up a delayed June landing for three of its six crew members. The new 252-by-247-mi.-high orbit also sets up the sixth SpaceX Dragon commercial resupply mission for its scheduled early May 21 ISS departure, ...

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