NASA managers will decide next week how far the Space Shuttle Discovery will reboost the International Space Station this month to set it up for a rendezvous with Russia's Service Module, a long-awaited event that could come as early as September or as late as December. Briefing reporters Tuesday on the status of the Station program as NASA prepares to send its second Shuttle mission to the nascent orbital facility, Paul Hill, ISS flight director at Johnson Space Center, said ...
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