Soyuz MS-14 Departs ISS After 11-Day Test Flight

Credit: MS-14 deorbit: NASA
HOUSTON—Russia’s unpiloted Soyuz MS-14 test spacecraft departed the International Space Station (ISS) on Sept. 6, headed for re-entry and a parachute-assisted landing in south central Kazakhstan, with a small return payload including the experimental Skybot 850 humanoid robot. The automated...

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