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October 31, 2014
NASA to work with cargo partners despite rocket crash
Washington DC (RIA Novosti) Oct 31, 2014
The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will continue working with its International Space Station (ISS) program partners on cargo resupply missions, despite the crash of the supply rocket Antares in Virginia, a NASA spokesperson Stephanie Schierholz told RIA Novosti. "We will continue to move forward toward the next attempt once we fully understand today's mishap," Schierholz said Wednesday. "The International Space Station program partners regularly meet and discuss any ... read more

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