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Soyuz MS-10 launch to Space Station from Baikonur, Kazakhstan

Publiée par AIRLIVE.net sur Jeudi 11 octobre 2018
A problem has occurred during the launch of the Soyuz spacecraft to the ISS with Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and NASA astronaut Nick Hague onboard.


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  • UPDATE 14 First view of #SoyuzMS10 crew members after Soyuz landing.
  • UPDATE 13 MCC Moscow told the ISS crew “The boys have landed, the ballistic entry was only 6 to 7 G I guess they didn’t accelerate enough on the way up”.
  • UPDATE 12 Soyuz crew members are on board rescue helicopter.
  • UPDATE 11 Soyuz incident could have happened when 1 of 4 units of first stage hit second stage.
  • UPDATE 10 Rescue crew reached the landing site and the crew is out of the capsule.
  • UPDATE 9 According to reports, Soyuz MS10 landed 20km from Jezkazgan, Kazakhstan.
  • UPDATE 8 Four Mi-8 helicopters have taken off from Kazakh airports to search for the crew who landed in Kazakhstan – Russian military.
  • UPDATE 7 The crew feels “good, as well as possible after experiencing such g-forces”.
  • UPDATE 6 All Russian manned launches suspended after ‘Soyuz’ accident.
  • UPDATE 5 Mission control in communication with the crew of Soyuz MS-10, they are in good condition.
  • UPDATE 4 Crew of Soyuz confirmed alive after emergency landing.
  • UPDATE 3 The crew is alive and experiencing a g-force of 6g.
  • UPDATE 2 New ISS crew to make ballistic descent and land approximately in Kazakhstan.
  • UPDATE 1 “The boosters on a second-stage launching vehicle switched off,” the sources at the Baikonur Cosmodrome told Interfax news agency.
The launch of the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft atop a Soyuz FG rocket manned by a team of two cosmonauts instead of three started at 11:40 a.m. Moscow time (08:40 GMT) on October 11.

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