Russia: Cable cut not affecting space station

Russia: Cable cut not affecting space station

Moscow : Russia | Nov 14, 2012 at 8:06 AM PST
Source: The Boston Globe
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Russia's space agency says a communications cable serving mission control was cut by construction workers but that the accident has not affected control of the International Space Station or civilian satellites. Russian news agencies cited unnamed sources as saying the Tuesday the cut meant controllers... FULL ARTICLE AT The Boston Globe
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