Russian spacecraft docking with robots failed to dock with the space station and try again next week

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 Russian spacecraft docking with robots failed to dock with the space station and try again next week


[Global Network News] According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, the Russian Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft carrying the robot Fedor failed to dock with the International Space Station within the scheduled time and is far away from the station.

Russian satellite news agency reported from the flight control center that experts at the center decided that they would not attempt to dock with the International Space Station on Saturday (24).

The satellite agency quoted ballistics experts as calculating that the Alliance MS-14 would maintain a safe distance from the International Space Station, so it would not attempt docking again on Saturday.

The Russian Federation Space Agency issued a bulletin saying that the current situation of Soyuz would not threaten the safety of members of the International Space Station Exploration Group.

In addition, the flight control center confirmed that the Soyuz MS-14 will attempt to dock with the International Space Station again next Monday (26) in the early morning.

Source: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541, responsible editor of World Wide Web