MONTREAL – The Canadian astronaut David St-Jacques will launch the Soyuz rocket on Monday and send it to the International Space Station on Monday.
On October 11, the rocket failure made a Soyuz capsule for two astronauts to attack and land an emergency. Russia is launching an expedition spreading all space spaces before November 1, before giving the green light.
Saint Jacques today spoke to the journalist on the launch site of Kazakhstan. The most dangerous part of the six-month mission is Soyuz's 10-minute start and six hours before the start of docking.
He achieved the last two and a half years of training in the Soyuz court to go to the space station.
At Saint-Jacques, at the age of 48, he said that he was in the space station with a job and advanced life.
The first spacecraft from Canada's astronaut, NASA's astronauts together with Anne McClain and Orosi Kononen's space agency, Roscosmos, originally launched on December 20. Before leaving, the Russian authorities concluded that they could fail.
A fire sensor failed the separation of the first and second phases.