Russian national space group: failure of sensors to launch manned spacecraft

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 Russian national space group: failure of sensors to launch manned spacecraft


According to Russias new agency quoted space experts as saying, the alliance FG rocket has four boosters at the bottom. Under normal circumstances, they should be separated together in the sky simultaneously.

Krickalov said that because the cause of the accident has been identified, a spacecraft named Alliance MS-11 will send three astronauts from Russia, Canada and the United States to the International Space Station on December 3, while Russian astronaut Ovchenin and American astronaut Hei planned to fly into space on the Alliance MS-10 spacecraft. Ge did not carry out the mission.

Krikalyov said the astronauts currently on duty at the international space station plan to return to the ground in December 20th.

On October 11, the Soyuz-FG rocket carrying the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft broke down during lift-off at the Baikonur launch site in Kazakhstan. Two astronauts started the escape mechanism and returned safely to the ground. This is the first failure of Russian manned spaceship since 1983.

Source: China News Network Editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526