Controllers lose contact with Russian supply ship launched to space station
Thursday, 1 December 2016 An unmanned Russian cargo ship blasted off Thursday with a load of supplies to the International Space Station, but Russian space officials said they weren't getting data from it.
According to Roscosmos, the Russian State Space Corporation, an unmanned Russian spacecraft bringing 2.5 tons of supplies to the International Space Station was lost shortly after liftoff from Kazakhstan on Thursday. The ISS Progress 65, a cargo ship, launched Thursday at 8:51 p.m. on the...
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