ISS Moves To Avoid Russian Satellite Debris
HOUSTON — U.S. and Russian flight control teams coordinated the first debris avoidance maneuver for the International Space Station in 16 1/2 months late March 16, to avoid a debris fragment from Meteor 2-5, a weather satellite launched by the former Soviet Union in October 1979. The ISS crew —...
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