No Fix Yet for Space Station Computers

Jun 15, 2007 By MIKE SCHNEIDER and VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV, Associated Press Writers
The International Space Station

(AP) -- Cosmonauts aboard the international space station struggled for a second day Friday to try to reboot failed computers that control the orbiting outpost's orientation.



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