HOUSTON—Russia’s Progress 56 re-supply capsule departed the International Space Station early Oct. 27,  clearing a second berthing port aboard the six-person orbiting science laboratory for two cargo missions awaiting liftoff this week. Progress 56, which arrived on July 23, undocked from the Russian segment’s Pirs module at 1:38 a.m. EDT. The trash-laden Russian spacecraft is scheduled to remain in orbit until Nov. 19 before making a destructive descent into the ...

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