Russia's Tass Identifies Short-Notice U.S. Astronauts for Additional ISS-Bound Soyuz Seats

Two additional seats have opened up for NASA astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) in September 2017 and March 2018. This will increase the U.S. Orbital Segment (USOS) to four members for the first time. Photo Credit: NASA

Two experienced U.S. astronauts, with a combined total of more than 300 days in orbit, […]

Future Space Station Crew Discusses ISS Expedition

Veteran spacewalker Randy Bresnik will become the first U.S. Marine Corps officer to command the International Space Station (ISS). Photo Credit: NASA, via Joachim Becker/SpaceFacts.de

Three experienced spacefarers from three nations, with a combined total of almost a year in space, across four previous missions—to say nothing of over 31 cumulative hours of Extravehicular […]

Smallest ISS Crew of the Decade Discusses Upcoming Mission

“Like an old married couple” was Jack Fischer’s description of the camaraderie between himself and Fyodor Yurchikhin. The pair will launch in March 2017 for a six-month expedition to the International Space Station (ISS). Photo Credit: Michael Galindo/AmericaSpace

You might be forgiven for thinking that one chair was missing at the Johnson Space Center […]

World's Most Experienced Female Astronaut Discusses Upcoming ISS Expedition

The Soyuz MS-03 crew of (from left) Oleg Novitsky, Peggy Whitson, and Thomas Pesquet will form the second half of Expedition 50, before rotating into the core of Expedition 51. Their 180-day increment is expected to run from 16 November 2016 through 15 May 2017. Photo Credit: Michael Galindo/AmericaSpace

The world’s most experienced female […]