Russian cosmonaut to fly aboard U.S. spacecraft for first time since 2002

Despite frigid U.S.-Russian relations, cosmonaut Anna Kikina is poised to 

end up the primary Russian to release on an American rocket in nearly two a long time

and the primary to fly aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon ferry deliver

for a flight to the International Space Station The 38-year-antique

Kikina, the most effective active-duty lady in Russia's cosmonaut corps, will join Crew five

commander Nicole Mann, Josh Cassada and Japanese veteran Koichi Wakata for 

blastoff from historic pad  39A at the Kennedy Space Center at 12 p.M. ET Wednesday