Collaboration Continues: Russia to Aid NASA in ISS Space Flights until 2025

Russia and the United States will continue collaborating on cross-flights to the International Space Station (ISS) until 2025. Roscosmos, Russia’s federal space agency, confirmed that the two countries will work together to ensure the reliability of the ISS. The decision to maintain this partnership comes after NASA’s announcement that Russia will remain aboard the ISS until 2028. This is a shift from Russia’s previous plan to leave the ISS after 2024 in order to focus on creating its own space station. Despite the strained relationship between the two countries, they are committed to working together in the field of space exploration.