U.S. Astronaut To Fly On Soyuz To Space Station

Tracy Caldwell Dyson with her Russian crewmates Alexei Ovchinin (center) and Oleg Platonov (right).
Credit: Gagarin Research and Test Cosmonaut Center
Tracy Caldwell Dyson is likely to be the third U.S. astronaut to fly aboard a Russian Soyuz capsule to the International Space Station (ISS) under a new crew seat exchange agreement to be signed by NASA and Roscosmos. The document is intended to ensure that the ISS is staffed by at least one...

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