Soyuz

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ESA space history 18/10/2018 11:11
#OTD 15 years ago: 18 October 2003, launch of #ESA astronaut @astro_duque on Soyuz TMA-3 from Baikonur cosmodrome to @Space_Station on #Cervantes mission https://www. esa.int/Our_Activities /Human_Spaceflight/Cervantes_Mission   …
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#OTD 15 years ago: 18 October 2003, launch of #ESA astronaut @astro_duque on Soyuz TMA-3 from Baikonur cosmodrome to @Space_Station on #Cervantes mission  https://www. esa.int/Our_Activities /Human_Spaceflight/Cervantes_Mission   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/TvmWVgm5yR
A couple minutes after liftoff on Oct. 11, a Soyuz rocket failed, sending the two astronauts aboard plummeting back to Earth and prompting a Russian investigation into what went wrong. Credit: NASA/Bi...
Cosmic Penguin 18/10/2018 06:59
Well this orbital module of Soyuz MS-10 still looks pretty good (probably OK to savage whatever equipment stowed inside) after the rocket came apart then free falling from 90 km up! Image via Russian social media and relayed to NSF forum via @space_artyom.
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Well this orbital module of Soyuz MS-10 still looks pretty good (probably OK to savage whatever equipment stowed inside) after the rocket came apart then free falling from 90 km up!  Image via Russian social media and relayed to NSF forum via @space_artyom.<br>http://pic.twitter.com/UbHTatuZ1Z
NASA astronaut Nick Hague has described his dramatic escape from a failed Soyuz rocket just minutes after its launch last week. After blasting into the sky from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, ...
NASA 17/10/2018 09:24
What would go through your mind during a launch abort? Find out what @AstroHague was thinking, as Administrator @JimBridenstine talks with him following an emergency landing Oct. 11 on a Soyuz spacecraft to @Space_Station. Watch This Space: https:// youtu.be/UTaE0_jrHk0  
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What would go through your mind during a launch abort? Find out what @AstroHague was thinking, as Administrator @JimBridenstine talks with him following an emergency landing Oct. 11 on a Soyuz spacecraft to @Space_Station. Watch This Space:  https:// youtu.be/UTaE0_jrHk0     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/l363nV5aOs
Two minutes after launch aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket last week, NASA astronaut Nick Hague knew something had gone badly wrong. At the moment four strap-on boosters separated from the rocket's core s...
NASA 16/10/2018 03:51
LIVE NOW: @AstroHague, who along with his Russian crewmate were forced to abort their Oct. 11 Soyuz launch during ascent to @Space_Station, is answering your questions now on Facebook. Watch & ask your questions: https://www. facebook.com/ISS/videos/484 598135399989/   …
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LIVE NOW: @AstroHague, who along with his Russian crewmate were forced to abort their Oct. 11 Soyuz launch during ascent to @Space_Station, is answering your questions now on Facebook. Watch & ask your questions:  https://www. facebook.com/ISS/videos/484 598135399989/   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/oPIFtQWxye
Nick Hague is back in the United States following last week’s aborted launch of a Soyuz-FG rocket. The NASA astronaut has now described the incident to the Associated Press, explaining what ...
Jessica Meir 16/10/2018 03:13
Can’t think of a better way to fill the 3 seats in the #Soyuz than with a truly diverse international crew like this one. It’s an honor to train with my Russian and United Arab Emirates crewmates @gctc_ru, not to forget our fearless instructor of course.
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Can’t think of a better way to fill the 3 seats in the #Soyuz than with a truly diverse international crew like this one. It’s an honor to train with my Russian and United Arab Emirates crewmates @gctc_ru, not to forget our fearless instructor of course.<br>http://pic.twitter.com/9U6Zx1wFZT
It’s now been nearly a week since the Soyuz rocket ferrying a NASA astronaut and Russian cosmonaut failed during launch, leading to a mission abort and sending the passengers on a course right back do...
AeroDork 16/10/2018 03:57
Space Station Cmdr. @Astro_Alex captured stunning images of last week's Soyuz launch failure.
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Space Station Cmdr. @Astro_Alex captured stunning images of last week's Soyuz launch failure. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/oSafrsuhyk
Jim Bridenstine 15/10/2018 05:12
If you could ask @AstroHague anything about his Soyuz launch last week that didn't go as planned, what would you ask? I'll have a chance to talk with him this week and want to ask some of your most pressing questions.
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If you could ask @AstroHague anything about his Soyuz launch last week that didn't go as planned, what would you ask? I'll have a chance to talk with him this week and want to ask some of your most pressing questions. <br>http://pic.twitter.com/iTPEK1o5vQ
Jim Bridenstine 14/10/2018 06:07
I recently held a press conference in Moscow about the Soyuz launch failure and our cooperation with Russia related to space activities. Despite our political differences, our relationship with Russia in space will continue to stay strong.
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Brady Kenniston 12/10/2018 06:44
A speculative timeline regarding the events of Soyuz MS-10's abort yesterday. Not depicted is the core booster being pushed 7-10 degrees off course due to the failure of the side booster separation on one side. Based on this timeline: russianspaceweb.com/soyuz-ms-10.ht ml#scenario   …
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Buzz Aldrin 11/10/2018 08:24
Glad to hear that astronaut Nick Hague and Cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinina are safe and back on the ground after a Soyuz rocket booster failed during the launch of #СоюзМС10 today. Welcome back gentlemen. you have my upmost respect. https:// twitter.com/roscosmos/stat us/1050315845782638593   …
Alexander Gerst 11/10/2018 05:11
Glad our friends are fine. Thanks to the rescue force of >1000 SAR professionals! Today showed again what an amazing vehicle the #Soyuz is, to be able to safe the crew from such a failure. Spaceflight is hard. And we must keep trying for the benefit of humankind.#Exp57 #SoyuzMS10
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Glad our friends are fine. Thanks to the rescue force of >1000 SAR professionals! Today showed again what an amazing vehicle the #Soyuz is, to be able to safe the crew from such a failure. Spaceflight is hard. And we must keep trying for the benefit of humankind.#Exp57 #SoyuzMS10<br>http://pic.twitter.com/Gylnn98UE9
Chris Hadfield 11/10/2018 04:36
This is the moment of today's Soyuz rocket failure. It happened as the 4 side boosters were being jettisoned. That's where the investigators will be looking.
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Intl. Space Station 11/10/2018 03:29
Astronaut Nick Hague of @NASA (left) is welcomed by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine after landing safely in Kazakhstan following the failure of Soyuz rocket booster. https:// flic.kr/p/NbgBer  
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Astronaut Nick Hague of @NASA (left) is welcomed by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine after landing safely in Kazakhstan following the failure of Soyuz rocket booster.  https:// flic.kr/p/NbgBer     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/0lqUb5RKo7
NASA 11/10/2018 03:17
At Noon ET: There will be a @Space_Station news briefing to discuss the Soyuz abort during launch that resulted in a safe landing of two crew members earlier. Watch online at http://www. nasa.gov/live  
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At Noon ET: There will be a @Space_Station news briefing to discuss the Soyuz abort during launch that resulted in a safe landing of two crew members earlier. Watch online at  http://www. nasa.gov/live     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/fdpVb1vKmq
NASA 11/10/2018 02:51
[email protected], right, and cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin, left, embrace their families after landing in Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Hague and Ovchinin arrived after a safe landing on Earth following a Soyuz booster failure during launch earlier. Look: https://www. flickr.com/photos/nasahqp hoto/44524433524/in/album-72157700630905921/   …
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.@AstroHague, right, and cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin, left, embrace their families after landing in Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Hague and Ovchinin arrived after a safe landing on Earth following a Soyuz booster failure during launch earlier. Look:  https://www. flickr.com/photos/nasahqp hoto/44524433524/in/album-72157700630905921/   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/mZqIiL7RYi
Intl. Space Station 11/10/2018 02:41
Earlier today, astronaut Nick Hague and cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin landed safely on Earth after a booster on their Soyuz rocket failed. They are in good condition. https:// flic.kr/p/2aQtmSY  
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Earlier today, astronaut Nick Hague and cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin landed safely on Earth after a booster on their Soyuz rocket failed. They are in good condition.  https:// flic.kr/p/2aQtmSY     <br>http://pic.twitter.com/UiNHTh54tO
Spaceflight Now 11/10/2018 02:20
Expedition 57 commander Alexander Gerst shared this image of today’s aborted Soyuz launch taken from the International Space Station. “Glad our friends are fine,” Gerst says. https:// spaceflightnow.com/2018/10/10/liv e-coverage-two-man-crew-to-launch-on-six-month-space-station-expedition/   …
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Expedition 57 commander Alexander Gerst shared this image of today’s aborted Soyuz launch taken from the International Space Station. “Glad our friends are fine,” Gerst says.  https:// spaceflightnow.com/2018/10/10/liv e-coverage-two-man-crew-to-launch-on-six-month-space-station-expedition/   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/chiQACpJsi
Xavi Bros 11/10/2018 01:50
Soyuz cosmonauts safely in Earth after a rocket failure. The contingence plan worked perfectly returning the capsule from a heigh of 50km !! http://www. russianspaceweb.com/soyuz-ms-10.ht ml   …
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Soyuz cosmonauts safely in Earth after a rocket failure. The contingence plan worked perfectly returning the capsule from a heigh of 50km !!  http://www. russianspaceweb.com/soyuz-ms-10.ht ml   … <br>http://pic.twitter.com/w6Y44PloJD
Wonder of Science 11/10/2018 01:42
Streams of superheated plasma and the Earth's horizon can be seen through the Soyuz capsule window during re-entry into the atmosphere.
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Greg Dutra 11/10/2018 11:53
I made a comparison between a normal #soyuz booster separation and that of #SoyuzMS10 this morning. Differences are clear. Debris and a less symmetrical look to this mornings failure. cc: @NASASpaceflight
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I made a comparison between a normal #soyuz booster separation and that of #SoyuzMS10 this morning. Differences are clear. Debris and a less symmetrical look to this mornings failure. cc: @NASASpaceflight<br>http://pic.twitter.com/qlaugluslF
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