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Wednesday, July 26, 2000

Zvezda Dock Successful

The Russian Zvezda module for the international space station (ISS) successfully docked with a part of the space station which was already in orbit. This opens things up for the United States to launch several shuttle missions to get NASA's contribution to the station in orbit. Over the next six years 39 shuttle flights and seven Russian rocket launches will complete the station. The ISS will get its first crew members in November, who will make sure the station is functioning properly. Thanks Slashdot.

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