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One American, two Russians blast off in Russian spacecraft heading to International Space Station

  • On Friday, an American and two Russian space crew members embarked on a mission to the International Space Station aboard a Russian spacecraft.
  • The American astronaut, Loral O'Hara, and the Russian cosmonauts, Oleg Kononenko and Nikolai Chub, launched on the Roscosmos Soyuz MS-24 spacecraft. O'Hara will spend six months on the ISS, while Kononenko and Chub will stay for a year.
  • This mission is significant as it marks the first spaceflight for O'Hara and Chub, who will be accompanied by Kononenko, an experienced cosmonaut. The crew is expected to dock at the ISS after a three-hour flight and join seven astronauts and cosmonauts from the U.S., Russia, Denmark, and Japan.
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