A Russian cargo spacecraft that failed to deliver food and supplies to the International Space Station disintegrated on its way back to Earth on Friday. The Progress M-27M lost contact with its controllers in Russia shortly after its launch on April 28. Russia was unable to re-establish control of the spaceship, and it began an uncontrolled descent shortly thereafter. The ISS crew is not in immediate danger, experts say, and a U.S. ship with additional supplies may reach them as soon as mid-June.
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