Members of the ISS-64 crew promised to behave politely in case of contact with aliens. Onboard engineer Sergei Kud-Sverchkov spoke about this during the Russia Today conference.
He noted that the astronauts do not have clear instructions on how to act when encountering aliens. All for the reason that so far no one has personally encountered representatives of extraterrestrial civilizations. However, if contact happens, the ISS-64 crew will show exceptionally politeness and friendliness. Questions to the astronauts were heard from journalists and ordinary web users.
The Soyuz-2.1a rocket will launch from Baikonur in mid-October, which corresponds to the ISS flight program. The prime crew consists of three astronauts, including one from NASA. This is flight engineer Kathleen Rubins from the USA.