At a critical International Space Station meeting in Moscow, Russian managers raised to their U.S. counterparts the possibility of delaying launch of the Russian FGB spacecraft--the first station element--until October or November. If adopted, this option would delay the launch of the first space shuttle assembly mission to November or December. The delay was floated by the Russians at the ISS General Designer's meeting, which was held to assess ISS delays and options for ...

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