European dispute, computer issue cloud station's completion endgame
Engineers and managers on three continents will spend the coming weeks hashing out the final assembly schedule for the International Space Station, now that all of the basic elements are in place on orbit for the final buildout. Although all of the station's major moving parts are in place and the way is clear to begin adding more pressurized modules, a disagreement between the European Space Agency and its contractors has thrown Europe's plans for its station contributions before the ...
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