Russian space group announces failure of launch of manned spacecraft

category:Military click:372
 Russian space group announces failure of launch of manned spacecraft


According to space experts, the larger rocket stages at the bottom of some launch vehicles are located in the center and surrounded by multiple boosters. Such a central rocket stage is called the core stage.

Krikalov told the media in Moscow on the same day that, according to the conclusions of the Russian Commission of Inquiry made a few days ago, on October 11, a Alliance-FG launch vehicle launched from Baikonur, Kazakhstan, Alliance MS-10 spacecraft, responsible for the rocket booster and the core level of the separation instructions issued A sensor working abnormally, resulting in a booster failed to separate to a safe distance in time, which triggered the booster to impact the rocket core level fuel tank, resulting in fuel tank rupture, core level damage, unable to continue to carry out the launch mission.

Space experts said that when the booster of the Alliance-FG launch vehicle separates from the core stage normally, the four boosters of the rocket will fly symmetrically and rapidly to a distance, just like drawing a ten word in the sky. And on the 11th launch, the booster hit a lot of white smoke, and the ten word also appeared partial missing.

In view of the above-mentioned space launch accident has been identified, Krickalov announced that the Alliance MS-11 manned spacecraft will be launched on December 3, three astronauts from Russia, Canada and the United States to the International Space Station, on October 11 in the Alliance MS-10 spacecraft AF Chi Chaanning, the Russian astronaut who did not enter space, and the US astronaut Hague were not listed.

According to the Russian space group previously disclosed that the current docking with the International Space Station alliance MS-09 manned spacecraft on the inner wall of a crack nearly 2 mm in length, the station astronauts have used special glue and tape to plug the crack, and is ready to carry out a space walk from December 10 to 11 to check Is the outer surface of the ships bulkhead damaged? If security permits, the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft will return the ISS astronauts waiting to be replaced to Earth in late December. On October 11, the launch of the Soyuz-FG carrier rocket carrying the Soyuz MS-10 failed, but four detached engines on the fairing of the rocket were activated in time to drive the Russian and American astronauts out of dangerous areas. Eventually, the spacecrafts return capsule landed by parachute and the two astronauts landed safely. Source: Xinhua editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

According to the Russian space group previously disclosed that the current docking with the International Space Station alliance MS-09 manned spacecraft on the inner wall of a crack nearly 2 mm in length, the station astronauts have used special glue and tape to plug the crack, and is ready to carry out a space walk from December 10 to 11 to check Is the outer surface of the ships bulkhead damaged? If security permits, the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft will return the ISS astronauts waiting to be replaced to Earth in late December.

On October 11, the launch of the Soyuz-FG carrier rocket carrying the Soyuz MS-10 failed, but four detached engines on the fairing of the rocket were activated in time to drive the Russian and American astronauts out of dangerous areas. Eventually, the spacecrafts return capsule landed by parachute and the two astronauts landed safely.