Station Crew Shelter In Soyuz During Near-Miss By Debris

HOUSTON — The International Space Station’s six astronauts took refuge in their Soyuz spacecraft early June 28, when an unidentified piece of space debris passed as close as 820 ft. from the orbiting science laboratory. The threat posed by the object was detected by U.S. Strategic Command radar...

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