This is what happens to astronauts. Russian astronaut Gennady This is what the US-Russian Intimacy in Space.
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This is what the US-Russian Intimacy in Space, This is what happens to astronauts. Russian astronaut Gennady Padalka and Sergei Revin, and Joseph Acaba of America will work together to launch into orbit in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft narrow.
All three will be launched from the Baikonour Cosmodrome with a clear sky. The astronauts are now heading the International Space Station after its launch from the Russian base in Kazakhstan.
They are scheduled to join the Russian Oleg Kononenko, Don Petit of America, and the astronaut Andre Kuipers of the Netherlands as the crew of the ISS or International Space Station, for the next few months.
Soyuz is the only spacecraft capable of carrying a human crew to the orbiting station since the program’s space shuttle is retired U.S. last year. U.S. space agency NASA is working with several private companies to transport cargo, and later a human crew, the ISS.
Company Space Exploration Technologies or Space X is based in the United States will launch an unmanned cargo flight to the ISS on Saturday, the first private spacecraft launched to the station.