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Space X Capsule to Supply ISS Hits Trouble

March 1, 2013
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The private SpaceX company launched an unmanned rocket with capsule to ferry a ton of supplies to the International Space Station. Once in orbit, some of the capsule's thrusters wouldn't work.

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Astronauts Return From International Space Station

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AFP (Sep. 11, 2013) — Three astronauts returned to Earth Wednesday on board a Russian Soyuz capsule after a half-year mission on the International Space Station (ISS), landing in Kazakhstan, mission control in Moscow announced.
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SpaceX Rocket Blasts Off

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Xinhua News Agency (Oct. 8, 2012) — An unmanned, privately-owned rocket has blasted off, launching a cargo capsule to the International Space Station. This is NASA's first privately-run supply mission after its space shuttle fleet retires.
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Cargo Capsule Returns to Earth

Cargo Capsule Returns to Earth

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