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KOROLEV /the Moscow Region/, September 16 (Itar-Tass) —— Next crew of a long-term expedition to the ISS will go by Soyuz TMA-22 spaceship on November 14, Head of Russia’s federal space agency /Roskosmos/ Vladimir Popovkin told a news conference on Friday, which followed the successful landing of Soyuz TMA-21 with three cosmonauts on board.
Popovkin added that Sergei Volkov, Mike Fossum and Satoshi Furukawa will return to the Earth on November 22, and the third digital Soyuz TMA-03M will start to the ISS on December 21. It will deliver to the orbit a Russian, an American and a Dutch.