The third installment of the Chronicle’s 11-part NASA series took a look at cooperative international efforts in space. That started in 1975 with what came to be called the Apollo/Soyuz Test Project. A number of hurdles had to be overcome before U.S. and Soviet craft could meet up in orbit. And they were. Replicas of these two craft occupy a prominent spot in the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C.
APRIL 7, 2019
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