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Russia's Mission Control Center said Thursday it has failed to correct the International Space Station's orbit due to engine malfunction
Russia's Mission Control Center said Thursday it has failed to correct the International Space Station's orbit due to engine malfunction. "The orbit correction has been aborted after the engines of the Progress M-55 cargo vehicle worked for 78 seconds instead of 1,102 seconds and failed to achieve the profile thrust mode," a mission control official said. He said the causes of the malfunction were still unknown
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