The shuttle Endeavour is set for launch this week to the International Space Station on a 12-day mission marked with extensive Russian, French, Italian and Canadian involvement. ``Every key component of this flight involves non-U.S. partners,'' said Bill Gerstenmaier, ISS deputy program manager. ``It is a strong example of international cooperation in space.'' STS-111 mission commander Ken Cockrell and copilot USAF Lt. Col. Paul Lockhart are to fly Endeavour on a three-day ISS ...

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