Rocket carrying space station crew fails in mid air, crew safe (page 6)

This morning, an American astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut had to perform an emergency landing after a failed rocket launch. This morning, the Soyuz MS-10 rocket–carrying an American astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut–had to perform an emergency landing after a booster failed at launch. The two, after being propelled to the heavens with the intention of heading to the International Space Station, had a terrifying fall back down to Earth. Both reportedly landed safely, about 200 miles away in Kazakhstan.Read Full Story

Rocket carrying space station crew fails in mid air, crew safe

A booster rocket carrying a Soyuz spacecraft with a Russian and U.S. astronaut on board headed for the International Space Station failed mid-air on Thursday, forcing the crew to make an emergency ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Reuters

Soyuz Rocket Launch Failure Forces Emergency Landing for US-Russian Space Station Crew

Aleksey Ovchinin and Nick Hague were scheduled to launch to the International Space Station on Oct. 11, 2018.

Thu 11 Oct 18 from SPACE.com

Russia Space Agency: Astronauts Will Likely Fly in Spring

Fri 12 Oct 18 from Voice of America

US-Russian Space Crew Makes Emergency Landing After Rocket Problem

A U.S. astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut made an emergency return to earth Thursday shortly after launching on what was supposed to be a mission to the International Space Station. Rescuers ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Voice of America

Soyuz rocket failure: What went wrong, and what happens next

After a successful emergency abort, two men are safe, but what about the vehicle that failed them?

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Astronomy.com

Soyuz Rocket Failure Jeopardizes Future ISS Missions

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Wired Science

Watch the Soyuz MS-10 rocket launch failure

This morning, an American astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut had to perform an emergency landing after a failed rocket launch. This morning, the Soyuz MS-10 rocket–carrying an American ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from Fastcompany Tech

Soyuz makes emergency landing following booster failure

A Russian Soyuz spacecraft has safely landed in Kazakhstan following a mid-air failure of its booster rockets while heading for the International Space Station. NASA astronaut Nick Hague and ...

Thu 11 Oct 18 from The Engineer

A fraying spaceflight infrastructure

Last week's Soyuz failure has implications for the future of the International Space Station, the commercial crew program, and international cooperation in space in general. It also, Jeff Foust ...

Tue 16 Oct 18 from The Space Review

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