News Archive / Tagged: Soyuz MS-10
Crew of aborted Soyuz launch ready to fly again on Soyuz MS-12Michael ColeMarch 12th, 2019
NASA astronaut Nick Hague and Roscosmos cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin are about to get a second chance to fly to the International Space Station.
2018 showcased the International Space Station program’s elasticityDerek RichardsonDecember 31st, 2018
The 20th year of International Space Station operations showcased the international partner agencies' ability to handle large unexpected events.
There (almost) and back again: Crew of aborted Soyuz mission reassignedHeather SmithDecember 6th, 2018
NASA has announced that Nick Hague will join Aleksey Ovchinin again for a launch on Feb 28, 2019, after their mission was aborted in October 2018.
Crewed flights to ISS resume with Soyuz MS-11 launchDerek RichardsonDecember 3rd, 2018
Normalcy begins to return to International Space Station operations as the crew of Soyuz MS-11 has successfully launched from Baikonur.
Investigation finds faulty sensor the reason for Soyuz MS-10 accidentDerek RichardsonNovember 2nd, 2018
It was a faulty sensor that caused the Oct. 11, 2018, launch abort of a Soyuz-FG rocket carrying two people into space for a planned six-month stay aboard the International Space Station.
Collision of rocket components blamed for Soyuz MS-10 abortTomasz NowakowskiOctober 13th, 2018
The problem that resulted in Thursday's failed flight to the International Space Station for two crew members - might have been discovered.
Soyuz MS-10 fails to reach orbit, crew safe – UPDATEDerek RichardsonOctober 11th, 2018
The spacecraft's escape system safely pulled Soyuz MS-10 with its two-person crew away from the failed booster.