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International Space Station
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Despite a high-profile recent failure, NASA officials are expressing confidence that the Russian space program is capable of ferrying supplies and astronauts to the International Space Station and remain optimistic that there will be no future problems.
The crash of a Russian supply ship bound for the International Space Station last month was caused by a manufacturing flaw, the country's space agency said Thursday.
An unmanned Russian supply ship bound for the International Space Station failed to reach its planned orbit Wednesday, and pieces of it fell in Siberia amid a thunderous explosion, officials said.
A Russian space official said Wednesday that once the mammoth International Space Station is no longer needed it will be sent into the Pacific Ocean.
The mothballing of the space shuttle will be mourned by many astronauts, but Russia is relishing the prospect of serving as the only carrier to the International Space Station.
As the miles melted between Atlantis and the International Space Station, the emotions grew _ in orbit and on the ground.
As the miles melted between Atlantis and the International Space Station, the emotions grew — in orbit and on the ground.
NASA is monitoring a piece of space junk that might come dangerously close to the shuttle-station.
In a flight full of passion, Atlantis made the final docking in shuttle history Sunday, pulling up at the International Space Station with a year's worth of supplies.