Space Station Collision Threat Passes

HOUSTON — NASA’s Mission Control called off plans for the three-man International Space Station crew to take shelter in their Soyuz transport spacecraft early Nov. 23, when new tracking information indicated a 4-in. piece of debris created by China’s 2007 anti-satellite weapons test no longer posed...

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