Washington: Three astronauts, including two astronauts on their first flight, are in the process of launching Monday at the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday, NASA said.
Buster failure was launched in Russia for less than two months after the Soviet spacecraft forced the emergency landing of Cosmonaut Alexei Ochchinin and US astronaut Nick Hague.
This phenomenon became the first failure of the human space launcher in modern Russian history.
Three new space passengers – NASA's Anne McLeane, Canadian Space Agency David St.-Jacquem and Oleg Conannco of Russian Space Agency Roskosmos – 5.31 PM on the Soyaz MS-11 spacecraft. Preparing to launch on From Bikaner Spaceport in Kazakhstan
After six hours of journey to make the Earth's four orbital planets, the crew will dock soyues on the station's poise module to launch their mission on the orbital laboratory.
It will be the fourth flight to McClane and Saint-Jacques and Connnaco.
Less than two hours after docking, the hatch between Soyuz and the station will be open, and the current crew, the commander of the Execution 57 ESA (European Space Agency) Alexander Gherst, NASA Flight Engineer Serena Anne-Chancellor and the Roskosmos Flight Engineer Sergey Prokopiv, who is in orbit from June, Congratulations to them.
Connancho, McClain and St-Jacques will officially become the executive, 58th crew, when Gestt, Aon-Chancellor and Prokopiev depart from the station on December 20.