HOUSTON—Russia halted an attempt at a fast-track Progress re-supply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) early Feb. 11. Roscosmos has rescheduled the Progress MS-08 launch with three tons of ISS cargo for Feb. 13. The planned 3.5-hr./two-orbit  launch-to-docking mission was to serve as a precursor to highly accelerated Soyuz ISS launches with crew. Progress and Soyuz crew launches followed a two-day/34-orbit timeline as crewed station activities were getting ...


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