Antares Loss Followed By Space Station Unmanned Cargo Delivery

HOUSTON— Russia’s Progress 57 resupply vessel launched and docked with the six-person International Space Station (ISS) early Oct. 29, in a flawless pre-scheduled delivery that unfolded less than 15 hr. after Orbital Sciences’ Antares ISS resupply rocket exploded shortly after liftoff from Wallops...

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