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Sergei Krikalev, Roscosmos' director of manned spaceflight, updates reporters in Moscow on the ongoing investigation into the Oct. 11 Soyuz mission abort. Credit: Roscosmos photo
Soyuz contrail
Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and U.S. astronaut Nick Hague embrace their families after landing at the Krayniy Airport in Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Their Soyuz MS-10 capsule landed  east of the Kazakh town of Dzhezkazgan after their mission was aborted by a launch failure. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Station as seen from Space Shuttle Atlantis in this July 2011 photograph. Credit: NASA
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Soyuz MS-09
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CST-100 Starliner in orbit
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Koichi Wakata, JAXA vice president and director general for Human Spaceflight Technology, is shown answering media questions at Karaganda Airport in Kazakhstan in 2014 after he commanded International Space Station Expedition 39. Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
Kenneth Shields, CASIS operations director, Akos Hegyi, Airbus Defense and Space EDRS Services head, Kris Kimel, Space Tango chairman and co-founder, Andrew Rush, Made in Space president and chief executive, Christian Maender, Axiom Space director of in-space manufacturing and research, and Mike Read, NASA commercial space utilization office manager, discussed ways to develop sustainable demand for low Earth orbit services during the 2018 ISS Research and Development conference in San Francisco. Credit: SpaceNews/Debra Werner
Technical problems could delay the beginning of regular flights by SpaceX's Crew Dragon (left) and Boeing's CST-100 Starliner until at least late 2018. Credit: SpaceX artist's concept and Boeing
Expedition 56 Flight Engineer Serena Auñón-Chancellor of NASA in the Destiny laboratory module June 11 with gear for measuring and analyzing red blood cell function to help doctors understand how blood cell production is altered in microgravity. Credit: NASA Johnson via Flickr

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