NASA Mulls Additional Soyuz Ride To ISS

View of the International Space Station.
Credit: NASA—ACI/Penny Rogo Bailes
CAPE CANAVERAL—With one of its two U.S. commercial space taxi lines not yet operational, NASA is considering bartering for an extra seat on a Russian Soyuz capsule slated to launch in April or May to the International Space Station (ISS), the agency said Feb. 9. “Obtaining this supplemental...

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