The U.S. space agency NASA is to send a team of experts to Russia next month to investigate delays into the development of the planned international space station. Russia announced on February 24 that it had fallen behind on building a navigational module for the project. NASA officials are warning that as a result the first phase of the project, due to be launched in November, may have to be postponed until the middle of next year. (BBC World Service, February 27)
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