Glitch causes Soyuz to land off-target

10/22/2007 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Russian's Soyuz spacecraft, returning from the International Space Station carrying three crew members, descended through the atmosphere at a steeper angle than usual, landing 200 miles off-target. The technical glitch subjected the crew to eight times the force of gravity, but all three came through the experience safely, according to Russian officials.

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