US, Russian Astronauts Safe as Rocket Failure Forces Emergency Landing
Thursday, 11 October 2018 Two astronauts from the U.S. and Russia were safe after an emergency landing Thursday in the steppes of Kazakhstan following the failure of a Russian booster rocket carrying them to the International Space Station.
A rocket launch failure forced a NASA astronaut and Russian cosmonaut to make an emergency landing early this morning. CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood joined CBSN to talk about how the mission went wrong.
A Russian-made Soyuz rocket blasted a three-man crew into orbit on Monday, beginning the first manned voyage to the International Space Station since a mission in October was aborted in midair because..
According to Gizmodo, Russia's space agency released a new video of last month's failed Soyuz rocket launch.
The new video comes from a camera on the rocket, which captured a rocket booster failing to..
An investigation has found that a failed Russian rocket launch three weeks ago that aborted after just two minutes was caused by a sensor that was damaged during assembly, a top Russian official said..
The International Space Station is about to get three new residents.
On Monday, NASA astronaut Anne McClain, Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques, and... Mashable - InternetAlso reported by •The Verge •The News Articles •BBC News