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ISS could go crewless after Soyuz launch failure

(11 Oct 2018) NASA says it’s dusting off its plans for flying the International Space Station without a crew after the aborted launch of a Russian rocket taking two astronauts toward the station. (Oct. 11)

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Rocket bound for ISS fails, crew survives emergency landing

A two-man crew bound for the International Space Station was forced to make an emergency landing when their Soyuz rocket failed shortly after blast-off, in a major setback for Russia’s beleaguered space industry.Russian investigators said they were launching a criminal probe into the incident, the first accident on such a manned flight in the country’s post-Soviet history.

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ISS launch hit by engine problem after blast-off

The two-man crew of a Soyuz rocket are alive after they were forced to make an emergency landing following lift-off to the International Space Station, the Russian space agency says. IMAGES

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ISS passes over Michael as it nears landfall

(10 Oct 2018) The International Space Station captured Hurricane Michael about an hour before it made landfall near Mexico Beach in Florida’s Panhandle. NOAA released satellite imagery showing it making landfall. (Oct. 10)

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International Space Station

Videographic illustrating the International Space Station. A Soyuz spaceship blasts off for the ISS with a Russian-American crew on Thursday.VIDEOGRAPHIC