Expedition 10 Soyuz Launch Delayed

15 September 2004: Technical Hitch Delays Russia Space Station Launch, Reuters

"The launch of a Russian rocket scheduled to blast off to the International Space Station next month has been postponed because of problems with the docking system, Russia's space agency said on Wednesday."

15 September 2004: Russian mishap threatens launch schedule, MSNBC

"The explosion of a small separation bolt aboard the Soyuz spaceship now being prepared for a trip to the international space station may delay that launch for five or 10 days, Russian space officials have told journalists in Moscow. But so far, Russia has not officially informed its American partners of any possible delay."

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