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Well NASA is set to take part in a new mission that is a first it's two Russians and an American they'll launch from Kazakhstan.
And make their way to the International Space Station later today -- -- -- live from Miami -- tells what's different about this trip to the International Space Station.
Outs in this trip aboard the Soyuz spacecraft is going to be faster than ever before.
It's gonna take just six hours ordinarily takes the Soyuz two days to link up.
With the International Space Station in low orbit.
Above the earth onboard the three seater will be two Russians as well as Chris Cassidy.
Besides being a NASA astronaut he's also.
An active member of the Navy SEALs they're going to be taking off.
From the bike in or cosmic drama on the flat step of complex -- about 4:43 PM eastern today Alison.
And so who's in charge is that the Russians are -- American.
All of the overall mission for the first time it's a Canadian -- but the Russians are the ones right now.
With the rockets that Soyuz rocket which powers the Soyuz spacecraft is really the only game in town right now the only way.
On -- were off of the International Space Station so the US is paying a hefty price to future ride.
About 63 million dollars to see NASA officials.
Have said they expect private US company to take over this role in the coming years but for the time being NASA has signed a 750.
Million dollar deal with the Russians.
To provide twelve round trips up and back and also that includes food.
How that is an expensive ride even when you throw -- the food Steve Harrigan thanks don't forget that --
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