NASA Spaceflight Chief Encouraged By Russian Work On Progress Failure

The head of spaceflight operations at NASA expects the International Space Station to remain occupied despite the failure of a Soyuz rocket carrying a load of station supplies, based on the nature of the failure and Russia’s progress in identifying the cause. William Gerstenmaier, associate...

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