Russia is sending a new Soyuz capsule to rescue the crew of the International Space Station

Russia sends new Soyuz capsule to rescue ISS crew – CBS News

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Russia launches a mission to rescue three crew members of the International Space Station. The Soyuz capsule, which was supposed to carry two NASA astronauts and an astronaut to Earth, was damaged after being hit by a micrometeoroid last month. Instead, Russia will launch an unmanned Soyuz to the space station in February to bring them back to Earth. CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood explained the details of the mission.

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