International Space Station Welcomes 3 New Astronauts Joining 3 Others in Space

There were two Russian cosmonauts, Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov, and one NASA astronaut, Kathleen "Kate" Rubins on board, per NASA Spaceflight.

The oxygen generation system (OGS) has failed in the Russian segment of the International Space Station (ISS), according to the crew's talks with the Earth, broadcast by NASA.

The new Expedition 64 is said to begin on Oct 21, Wednesday, with the coming departure of Vagner, Ivanishin, and also Cassidy in the known Soyuz MS-16 spacecraft that previously brought them to the known space station back on April 9.

Previous Soyuz journeys to the space station had followed a six-hour track or two-day path.

Wednesday's crewed journey even beat the fastest time for missions just carrying supplies to the station.

NASA and Roscosmos have successfully collaborated for years, but "this partnership was the product of a different era in US-Russia relations", per NBC. The Crew-1 is now scheduled to launch some time in November according to NASA's blog.

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Speaking during Tuesday's pre-launch news conference at Baikonur, Rubins emphasized that the crew spent weeks in quarantine at the Star City training facility outside Moscow and then on Baikonur to avoid any threat from the coronavirus. Before May 30, when United States astronauts Robert Behnken and Doug Hurley showed up at the ISS graciousness of vehicles to rockets investor Elon Musk, Russia and Baikonur had delighted in a worthwhile restraining infrastructure on crewed missions to the ISS.

The $8 billion program enabled SpaceX's first manned trip to the space station in May, marking the first from home soil in almost a decade.

However, the people who fly to the space station make light of discuss rivalry and spotlight rather on space travel's capacity to unite rival countries for a typical reason.

"We have a very strict quarantine, nearly from March by my perception", said Rubins, a microbiologist who researched the deadly Ebola virus before she began training as an astronaut. Just before the launch, Ryzhikov communicated misery over progressing battling in Nagorno-Karabakh and said he trusted the case of the ISS could help "spread love, kinship and comradeship".

The ISS, which has been permanently occupied since 2000, has been a rare example of cooperation between Moscow and Washington.

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