Experts at the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan will disassemble the four belt breaks in the Soyuz-FG salvage racket scheduled…
Experts at the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan will disassemble the four belt breaks in the Soyuz-FG salvage racket scheduled for next launch in November and inspect them to avoid launch errors similar to October 11 event told a Baikonur source to Sputnik.
Rattan is expected to circumvent the Progress MS-10 spacecraft with deliveries to the International Space Station (ISS).
“The Progress Rocket and Space Center specialists will disconnect all four side projectors from the launcher from the central unit, after which they will investigate the connection points on the boosters. Then reverse conversion is performed to relaunch the boosters with the central unit, says the source
On October 1
1, a Soyuz-FG launch vehicle failed to capture the spacecraft Soyuz MS-10 with the new space station in space. This became the first failure of a manned space launch in modern Russian history. Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and NASA astronaut Nick Haag managed to shake According to Sergey Krikalev, Managing Director of Staffed Space Program at the Russian Space Association Roscosmos, one of the possible reasons for the October 11 event might have been the failure of a first-stage side projector to make a emergency landing in Kazakhstan unscathed.
separate from the central unit.  Source: Sputnik News
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Russia first launches the Soyuz raket since failed space launch
Moscow (AFP) October 25, 2018
Russia on Thursday successfully launched a Soyuz racket for the first time since the failure of a similar rocket interrupted a manned start to the International Space Station (ISS) on October 11th.
“On Thursday at 03:15 (0015 GMT), a Soyuz-2.1B rocket was launched with a satellite for the Russian military,” said the Russian Ministry of Defense in a statement.
The satellite reached its orbit at the specified time, according to the Ministry.
“This is the first launch of a rocket from … read more