Friday, 8 May 2015

Progress 59 spacecraft burns up over Pacific

The unmanned Progress 59 (M-27M) cargo spacecraft has burned up somewhere over the central Pacific ocean according to the Russian Federal Space Agency. Launched 10 days ago, it failed to reach the ISS due to a malfunction that prevented mission control from establishing contact shortly after launch... Continue Reading Progress 59 spacecraft burns up over Pacific

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International Space Station

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