HOUSTON –  Russia’s next Progress resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) offers little if any direct relief after more than 5,500 lb. of pressurized and unpressurized cargo bound for the outpost rained down on the Atlantic Ocean in fragments following the June 28 launch failure of SpaceX’s seventh NASA-contracted Commercial Resupply Services (CRS-7) mission. The July 3 mission will be carrying containers of water, however, which could take some ...

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