Russia loses contact with satellites, space station-RIA
MOSCOW Nov 14 (Reuters) - Russia has lost contact with most of its civilian satellites as well as the Russian part of the International Space Station after a communications cable broke in Moscow, state-run RIA news agency reported on Wednesday, citing an unnamed source.
RIA cited the source as saying it would take at least 48 hours to fix the cable.
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