Soyuz • Soyuz MS-25

A Russian government Soyuz rocket launched the crewed Soyuz MS-25 spacecraft to the International Space Station. The mission carried Russian commander Oleg Novitsky, Belarusian flight engineer Marina Vasilevskaya, and NASA astronaut Tracy Dyson into orbit on a flight on the space station. The rocket flew in the Soyuz-2.1a configuration. The Soyuz will dock at the Prichal module two days after liftoff. On its return trip, it will bring back Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko and Nikolai Chub. Scrubbed on March 21