HOUSTON — 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 ...
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