Station Astronauts Take Shelter To Avoid Debris Threat

HOUSTON – The International Space Station (ISS) crew took shelter in their docked Soyuz crew transport vehicle early July 16 after a fragment from a former Russian weather satellite threatened to pass close before flight controllers here and in Moscow could arrange an avoidance maneuver. The...

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