Space Station Dodges Rocket Debris

Credit: ISS: NASA
HOUSTON – The six-person International Space Station carried out a nearly 5 ½ min. maneuver June 8 to avoid a fragment of a U.S. Minotaur rocket launched in 2013 that was to pass within 3 mi. of the orbiting science lab late in the day. The firing of engines on the Progress 58 resupply capsule that...

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