International Space Station Partners Set Tentative Launch Schedule


NASA and its international partners have agreed to a tentative launch schedule with crew flights to the International Space Station resuming on Nov. 14.

The Space Station Control Board, with representation from all partner agencies, set the schedule after hearing the Russian Federal Space Agency’s findings on the Aug. 24 loss of the Progress 44 cargo craft. The dates may be adjusted to reflect minor changes in vehicle processing timelines.

Full Story: http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2011/sep/HQ_11-306_Soyuz_RTF.html

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