Soyuz missions to the International Space Station with new crewmembers, stalled by the Aug. 24 loss of the Russian 44 Progress resupply mission, are tentatively scheduled to resume in late October and early November, according to NASA. The timing, which would prevent a temporary de-staffing of the six-person space station in mid-November, depends on identification of the root cause of an apparent failure in the third-stage propulsion system of the Soyuz-U booster that sent the Progress ...
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