HOUSTON -- Russia's unpiloted MS-14 Soyuz crew capsule aborted an automated docking attempt with the International Space Station (ISS) early Aug. 24, as it closed in to conclude the launch and docking phases of a two-week test mission that began with a liftoff atop an upgraded Soyuz 2.1a booster. ISS Commander Alexey Ovchinin and fellow cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov issued the abort command from the station's Russian segment at 1:36 a.m., EST, as they monitored the capsule's ...

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