The International Space Station could soon operate without a crew for the first time in nearly two decades. It comes after Thursday's dramatic Soyuz launch failure over Kazakhstan. The capsule hurtled back to earth from 31 miles up and made an emergency landing. The two crew members are okay. Mark Strassmann reports.


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