HOUSTON — The International Space Station partnership named a half dozen U.S., Russian and Japanese astronauts and cosmonauts to missions aboard the six person orbiting laboratory scheduled to launch in late 2017. NASA’s Scott Tingle, a U.S. Navy captain and test pilot selected by the agency for astronaut training in 2009, will launch on his first spaceflight in September 2017 with Russia’s Ivan Vagner, also a first time flier, and veteran cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, ...

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