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Attempt 2: astronauts who crash-land had to make after the failed launch, on the way to ISS
Science & Planet on A Russian Soyuz rocket is tonight successfully from Kazakhstan launched to the international space station (ISS). Two of the three astronauts on board had in October, their flight to the ISS to abort when their rocket problems.

“The trio is now safely in orbit around the earth,” confirmed the American space agency NASA about twenty minutes later, the success of the mission. They should after a journey of about six hours dock to the ISS. The idea is that they were there for a half a year long stay. With their advent the number of inhabitants of the ISS from three to six.

Read also the Astronauts safely to the ground and freed from Soyuz capsule after a sudden crash landing

The two astronauts who actually last year to the ISS would go, the Russian Aleksey Ovtsjinin and the American Nick Hague. They had the flight due to technical problems and break down and make an emergency landing on earth. the

The failed launch was due to a faulty sensor which led to the unsuccessful separation of the first and second stage. A security system ensured that the capsule is still safe for him to countries in the steppes of Kazakhstan, Ovtsjinin and Hague remained unharmed. They now get the company of the American astronaute Christina Koch.

Watch: Soyuz rocket makes emergency landing after failed launch
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