U.S.-Russia Tension Could Affect Space Station, Satellites

U.S.-Russia Tension Could Affect Space Station, Satellites

Marco Caceres, senior space analyst for the Fairfax, Virginia-based Teal Group, said there have been no public disclosures of any anomalies in the April 18 mission. Caceres, who follows the launch industry, said that even if there was a glitch with the mission, such as falling short of the intended orbit, it was a success because the SpaceX vehicle was able to dock with the space station. “Rockets don’t usually fall short in delivering their payloads to the intended orbit, but it happens on occasion,” he said. “It’s certainly legitimate for Rogers to ask.”

Tags International Space Station, ISS, Russia Media Outlet: Bloomberg Businessweek Featured Analyst Marco A. Caceres

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