U.S.-Russian-European Soyuz Crew Launches To ISS

Credit: The Soyuz MS-03 spacecraft launches from the Baikonur Cosmodrome: NASA/Bill Ingalls
HOUSTON—A trio of U.S., Russian and European astronauts launched to the International Space Station Nov. 17 for what promises to be a demanding six months aboard the orbiting science lab. The crew plans to kick off the change out of external solar power system batteries and install a second U.S...

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