NASA and Roscosmos nearing completion of seat barter agreement

WASHINGTON — NASA and Roscosmos are within the ultimate levels of finishing a long-awaited settlement to permit Russian cosmonauts to fly on industrial crew autos and American astronauts on Soyuz spacecraft. At... Read more »

NASA signs deal for additional Soyuz seat

WASHINGTON — NASA pays greater than $90 million for a further seat on a Soyuz spacecraft launching to the Worldwide Area Station this fall, an insurance coverage coverage within the occasion of... Read more »

Soyuz launch to ISS aborted after booster failure; crew safe

Up to date at 11:05 a.m. Japanese. LAS CRUCES, N.M. — An American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut are reported to be in good situation after an issue with their Soyuz rocket minutes... Read more »

ISS crew schedules delay need for commercial crew

LOS ANGELES — New Worldwide House Station crew assignments introduced by NASA Might 24 will give the company somewhat further schedule margin for getting industrial crew automobiles into service because it continues... Read more »

Soyuz capsule suffered partial depressurization during April landing

WASHINGTON — A Soyuz spacecraft returning three individuals to Earth in April skilled a partial lack of strain throughout the last levels of its descent, however didn’t put the crew’s lives at... Read more »