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All systems invent Russian Soyuzek to erase empty spaces


The International Space Station (ISS) was released out of 56 crews after the Nuclear space of Soyuz, October 4, 2018Image copyright
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Destination ISS: Soyuz capsule will be left in the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan space station on Monday

Soyuz's starting point number 13 must be routine as long as the space flight is achieved. The next crew issues Monday to release the International Space Station (ISS), which Yury Gagarin introduced in his first orbit flight in 1967.

Two months ago, a recent Soyuz accident accidentally sent Russian and American astronauts to Earth.

Shortly before, the crew of the ISS discovered a mysterious hole – He began to position himself after the air pressure at the station and tighten it properly.

Both events have raised questions about the Russian space industry, the pride of a superpower and the future of US cosmic cooperation.

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The head of Roscosms, a Spanish space agency, said the BBC had "two-wheeled bumps". "Our task is to take steps to ensure that nothing happens again," said Dmitry Rogozin.

He and his opposing parties said they were sure of the next mission.

Who sends in the 58 expedition?

  • David Saint-Jacques (L), 48, Canadian engineers, astrophysicists and family physicians
  • Oleg Kononenko (C), 54, Russian; three ISS space flights in 2008, 2011-12 and 2015, 534 days and three space spaces included
  • Anne McClain (R), 39, American; He graduated in the University of Bristol, United Kingdom and United Kingdom

Some people have warned that Russian issues are deepening.

Who is the fault for space faults?

"[The failed launch] They blame the Russian industry and the authorities, "argues the space expert Pavel Luzin.

"There is something wrong in two short periods of emergency."

Astronauts fail rocket

Luzin states that Moscow organizes its space program with the Nuclear Security Council's nuclear arsenal and seat, as Vladimir Putin claims to be "a great potential".

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Pavel Luzin believes that future international cooperation can continue in space

But the incident and the illustrative holes of the ISS provided low reporting reports and a minimal motivation in the country's space sector, and the situation is fully consolidated.

"Criminal wages and general engineers do not help in raising awareness," said Ivan Moiseyev, the Moscow Space Policy Institute.

The leader of the Roscosmos called an "open question" that Soyuz would have sabotage the damage done during assembly.

"It was probably not," said Mr. Rogozin. "But we have to check it out".

In Russia, he considered questions similar to the two-millimeter hole in the ISS that he dug in "shaking his hand".

In a sign of political climate voltage, the head of space argued that "interference confusion in space" could not be ruled out.

A newspaper reported that the doors were closed, because Roscosmos made the mistake of blaming American astronauts in the ISS.

US and Russian relations in space survival?

Both sides have been positive to the public.

"We have complete confidence in each other. That's the only way our boys and trousers are being sent to orbit," Roscomos said the BBC had spent 20 years in an event with ISS.

"Thank you, the political winds do not touch us," added Dmitry Rogozin.

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The leader of Roscosmos (C), when Alexey Ovchinin (L) and Nick Hague were greeted by the Americans, Soyuzna made an emergency territory in October

"I do not think I want to understand the outer space … that there is no confidence in the noise of the sea," William Ravenstenmaier of NASA echoed.

Skepticism is essential here.

US and Russian relations are unexpectedly linked to the corruption of elections and the crisis in Ukraine, with observer observers that they are largely "political diplomacy" as friendship and professional trust.

The Space Station is a powerful and increasingly strange, symbol of collaboration. But operations will end in 2024.

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"Politics will not affect the work of the ISS, but future projects are very scarce on the same scale," says Ivan Moiseyev.

Russia's Nasa Lunar Gateway is still under discussion: Moscow is not happy to take a bit of it in the lunar orbit of the American-led project.

"With regard to scientists, it would be best to keep the ISS as long as possible, but it is because of politicians and problems with money," said Moiseyev.

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The monitors show three Soyuz crew simulators on Monday

Russia is still like space superpower.

Dmitry Rogozin starts the remembrance of Angara rocket, but the date has now reached 2028; In this way, Russia plans to colonize the moon.

It also has a long record that does not follow the discussion.

It may take something from Moscow: Soyuz Spacecraft is currently the only way to start the crew in orbit, the USA ended in the Shuttle program in 2011.

"We are confident in this vehicle: what happened quickly and why and how to deal with it again," said NASA journalist Anne McClain. Then, Soyuz moved on to the simulator before the final training session.

But like ISS, Moscow is a refined partnership.

NASA is expected to launch flight tests of two commercial unit units in the developing world next year.

"Why would Americans and Europeans be, then, Russia?" Pavel Luzin asks.

"They do not want to be under Russia, that's our political challenge."

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