First Russian woman cosmonaut in 17 years on ISS

(AGI) Moscow, Sept 26- The Russian Soyuz-TMA14M spacecraftlaunched successfully into orbit from Baikonur cosmodrome inKazakhstan and docked with the ISS, Itar-Tass news agencyreported. Crew members, NASA astronaut Barry Wilmore, Russiancosmonaut Alexander Samokutyaev and his fellow cosmonaut YelenaSerova, the first Russian woman to fly to the ISS, will stay onthe ISS for six months. All three astronauts are doing well,said a representative of the Russian space agency Roscosmos. . .

(AGI) Moscow, Sept 26- The Russian Soyuz-TMA14M spacecraftlaunched successfully into orbit from Baikonur cosmodrome inKazakhstan and docked with the ISS, Itar-Tass news agencyreported. Crew members, NASA astronaut Barry Wilmore, Russiancosmonaut Alexander Samokutyaev and his fellow cosmonaut YelenaSerova, the first Russian woman to fly to the ISS, will stay onthe ISS for six months. All three astronauts are doing well,said a representative of the Russian space agency Roscosmos. . .