The United States resumes flights to the International Space Station with Russia

The United States resumes flights to the International Space Station with Russia

This Friday, the space agency NASA announced that USA will resume flights to the International Space Station (ISS) con Russia “to ensure continuity of operations”, despite the fact that it tries to isolate Moscow by the invasion of Ukraine.

Two American astronauts will fly aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket on two separate missions, the first of which is scheduled for September. Two Russian cosmonauts will go aboard SpaceX rockets for the first time.

“To ensure continued safe operations of the International Space Station, protect the lives of astronauts, and ensure America’s continued presence in space, NASA will resume integrated crews on the American spacecraft and the Russian Soyuz.”the US space agency NASA said in a statement.

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