Russia to launch new capsule to return space station crew


              FILE - This undated handout photo taken by Russian cosmonaut Sergei Korsakov and released by Roscosmos State Space Corporation shows a Soyuz capsule of the International Space Station (ISS).  Russian space corporation Roscosmos said Wednesday Jan. 11, 2023 that it will launch a new spacecraft to take some of the International Space Station's crew back to Earth after their capsule was damaged and leaked coolant. (Sergei Korsakov, Roscosmos State Space Corporation via AP, File)
            
              FILE - NASA astronaut Frank Rubio, right, Roscosmos cosmonauts Sergey Prokopyev, center, and Dmitri Petelin, members of the main crew to the International Space Station (ISS), greet their relatives and friends in front of a bus prior the launch of Soyuz-2.1 rocket at the Russian leased Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, Sept. 21, 2022.  Russian space corporation Roscosmos said Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023 that it will launch a new spacecraft to take some of the International Space Station's crew back to Earth after their capsule was damaged and leaked coolant (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky, File)
            
              The photo provided by NASA shows the Soyuz MS-22 crew ship pictured on Oct. 8, 2002, in the foreground docked to the Rassvet module as the International Space Station orbited 264 miles above Europe. In the background, is the Prichal docking module attached to the Nauka multipurpose laboratory module. Russian space corporation Roscosmos said Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023 that it will launch a new spacecraft to take some of the International Space Station's crew back to Earth after their capsule was damaged and leaked coolant.(NASA via AP)
            
              FILE - This handout photo taken by Russian cosmonaut Sergei Korsakov and released by Roscosmos State Space Corporation on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023, shows a Soyuz capsule of the International Space Station (ISS). Russian space corporation Roscosmos said Wednesday that it will launch a new spacecraft to take some of the International Space Station's crew back to Earth after their capsule was damaged and leaked coolant. (Sergei Korsakov, Roscosmos State Space Corporation via AP, File)
            
              FILE - This handout photo taken by Russian cosmonaut Sergei Korsakov and released by Roscosmos State Space Corporation on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023, shows a Soyuz capsule of the International Space Station (ISS). Russian space corporation Roscosmos said Wednesday that it will launch a new spacecraft to take some of the International Space Station's crew back to Earth after their capsule was damaged and leaked coolant. (Sergei Korsakov, Roscosmos State Space Corporation via AP, File)
            
              FILE - In this handout photo released by Roscosmos State Space Corporation, a view of the International Space Station taken on March 30, 2022 by crew of Russian Soyuz MS-19 space ship after undocking from the Station. Russia's space corporation Roscosmos said Monday Dec. 19, 2022 that a coolant leak from a Russian space capsule attached to the International Space Station doesn't require evacuation of its crew, but held the door open for launching a replacement capsule if needed. (Roscosmos State Space Corporation via AP, File)
Russia to launch new capsule to return space station crew