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Co-operation on the International Space Station (ISS) is to be halted by Russia in response to the sanctions imposed over the invasion of Ukraine. Branding the situation as "unacceptable", Dmitry Rogozin, the head of the country's Roscosmos space agency, said it would no longer work with partners, including NASA and the European Space Agency on the orbital outpost. While other shared projects such as launches had been cancelled in the wake of the military assault by Russia on Ukraine, collaboration between space agencies on the international lab had largely been unaffected by the continuing war back on Earth.
Russian cosmonauts have boarded the International Space Station (ISS) wearing unusual yellow spacesuits, prompting speculation that the move is a quiet gesture of defiance in support of Ukraine. The three men, Sergey Korsakov, Oleg Artemyev and Denis Matveyev, are the first to be welcomed aboard the ISS since the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February. Asked about the significance of the spacesuit, Mr Artemyev explained that each crew gets to choose its own flight suit to differentiate itself from others.