New U.S., Russian Crew Begins Space Station Stay

HOUSTON – New U.S. and Russian crewmembers floated aboard the International Space Station (ISS) early Sept. 26, following a late-night sprint to the orbiting science lab aboard a Soyuz capsule with just one of two solar power arrays properly deployed. Battery power and the flow of electricity from...

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