Uncontrolled Progress Re-entry Expected In Two Weeks

Credit: ISS: NASA
HOUSTON – Russia’s unsuccessful Progress 59 International Space Station resupply mission spacecraft is expected to make an uncontrolled re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere within two weeks, according to April 30 NASA estimates. The unpiloted spacecraft, also known as Progress-M 27M, was launched to...

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