U.S. Astronaut To Fly On Russian Soyuz MS-22

Frank Rubio
Credit: NASA
MOSCOW—Frank Rubio is likely to be the first U.S. astronaut to fly on a Soyuz spaceship under the new seat exchange agreement between Roscosmos and NASA, the Russian space corporation reported on Jan 20. If the document is signed, he will take a seat on Soyuz MS-22, which is expected to head for the...

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