Failure of Russia's Soyuz raises questions for NASA

Problems with Russia's Soyuz spacecraft have raised questions about the ability of the U.S. to get to the International Space Station when the space shuttle retires in 2010. There is nothing to replace the Soyuz -- which landed off-course in a ballistic re-entry Saturday -- if officials decide it is unreliable. NASA and the Russian Space agency are investigating the cause of the re-entry failure.

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