New Russia-US Crew Arrives At International Space Station

A new three-member crew at the International Space Station has begun their five-month mission at the orbital outpost.

The Soyuz spacecraft, carrying Russians Oleg Kotov and Sergey Ryazansky and American Michael Hopkins, docked at the ISS Wednesday night. The spacecraft arrived at the station at 10:45 EDT, less than six hours after blasting off from the Russian spaceport in Kazakhstan. Nearly two hours later, they entered the ISS and were greeted enthusiastically by the current three-man …

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