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Mar 10, 2019
SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule splashes down into the Atlantic marking first successAfter a six-day mission to the ISS, Crew Dragon detached at about 0730 GMT and sped back to earth.
Dec 10, 2018
Russian cosmonauts to check for a hole in the Soyuz Ms-09 currently docked to ISSThe cosmonauts will check a hole in the external hull of the Soyuz MS-09 currently docked to the ISS.
Nov 16, 2018
Full faith in Russia-made Soyuz rocket says crew ahead of first launch since failureRussian investigators said the rocket failure was caused by a sensor that was damaged during the assembly at the Soviet era-cosmodrome
Oct 11, 2018
Soyuz MS-10 crew survives emergency landing following failure of rocket boosterThe two-man crew of a Soyuz MS-10 rocket landed in Kazakhstan without injuries.
Oct 03, 2018
Indian astronaut may travel to the ISS aboard Russia's Soyuz spacecraft in 2022The astronaut, who is yet to be identified, may travel to the ISS for a short training mission.
Jul 10, 2018
Russian cargo vessel docks at International Space Station in record timeThe Russian cargo vessel smashed the record flight time to ISS by two hours.
Mar 18, 2018
A Russian Soyuz capsule will carry three astronauts to the International Space Station on 21 MarchA Soyuz capsule carrying two NASA astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut is set to blast off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan
Sep 13, 2017
Three new crew members arrive on the ISS on a Soyuz MS-06 spacecraft launched from the Baikonur CosmodromeThree new crew members have arrived at the International Space Station, restoring the station's crew to six.
Sep 09, 2017
Elon Musk reveals SpaceX's full body suit for astronauts on Instagram, and it certainly looks futuristicThis suit will be worn by SpaceX astronauts during crewed missions to the International Space Station from as early as next year.
Jun 16, 2017
‘Fat boy’ GSLV Mark III has far less carrying capacity than other lighter rocketsThe "Bahubali" or "fat boy" of Indian rockets - GSLV Mk III - weighs several tonnes more than some of the other expendable rockets in the world but its carrying capacity is far less.