Cooperation between the U.S. and Russia in oversight of the International Space Station (ISS) is unfolding without interference from external tensions over the Ukraine, according to NASA ’s Mike Suffredini , the ISS program manager. Station personnel are preparing for an urgent American spacewalk repair and looming commercial re-supply mission, as well as the delayed validation of software upgrades to a Russian cargo capsule. Earlier this month, NASA announced the six-person ISS was ...
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