NASA and Russia will keep launching each other’s astronauts to ISS until 2025: report

NASA and Russia have agreed to keep launching American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts on each other’s spacecraft, media reports suggest.

Roscosmos announced both it and NASA will continue the International Space Station launches with each other’s crew members through at least 2025, “to maintain the reliability of the ISS as a whole,” according to multiple reports including the Moscow Times.