Second Speedy Russian ISS Cargo Mission A Success

HOUSTON—For the second time, an automated Russian Progress resupply mission reached the six-person International Space Station (ISS) on an accelerated, two-orbit trajectory April 4 after launching from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan with 3.7 tons of cargo. As with the previous expedited, 3 hr. 40...

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