At 1:45 a.m. EDT today, a Soyuz spacecraft took off from the Baikonur space launch site in Kazakhstan for the international space station. On board are NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and astronauts Sergey reizhkov and Sergey Kurd Sverchkov. The trip to the International Space Station lasted about three hours. This is also the first time for the crew of Soyuz to go to the international space station through the fast track and dual orbit rendezvous path. < p > < p > as of press release, the capsule has been docked with the international space station, but the astronauts are still sealed in the capsule for various inspections. New crew members will join expedition 63. Chris Cassidy from NASA and Anatole Ivanisin and Ivan Wagner from Roscosmos, the astronauts currently on the international space station, will complete the mission on October 21 and return to earth in the Soyuz spacecraft that carried them to the international space station in April. < / P > < p > NASA pointed out that the door between the capsule and the international space station will open about two hours after the docking, and the crew can then greet each other. NASA expects the door to open around 6 a.m. est. The new crew will stay on the international space station for six months. < / P > < p > space fans can view the live broadcast from NASA on YouTube in the video below. NASA also provided updates via Twitter, including a shot showing the Soyuz docking with the international space station. Currently, U.S. astronauts have to board the Russian Soyuz capsule to reach the international space station. < / P > < p > after SpaceX can put the crew module into orbit and go to the international space station, the situation that American astronauts rely on foreign vehicles to fly into space will be changed in the next few months. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen