Soyuz and ISS Update

Photo Report: Soyuz TM-13 Moved to Launch Site

Russian space chief reassures US partners, AP

"The ongoing global economic turmoil and increasingly strained ties between Moscow and Washington will not stand in the way of further space exploration, Russia's space agency chief said Saturday."

Space station crew might not be expanded, UPI

"I doubt that the ISS crew will be increased to six people from next year because the final decision has not been taken yet," Roscosmos head Anatoly Perminov said. "All countries participating in the ISS program have to decide it."

Russian space chief doubts expansion of ISS crew in 2009

"Plans to increase the crew of the International Space Station from three to six astronauts in 2009 may be delayed, the head of the Russian space agency said Saturday."

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