Progress Loss Prompts Russia To Curtail ISS Activities

Credit: Progress: NASA
HOUSTON – Russia’s federal space agency will delay near-term International Space Station Soyuz crew and Progress resupply launch and landing operations following the recent failed Progress M-27M cargo mission. That incident has been linked to a damaged third-stage propulsion system, according to...

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