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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – NASA's astronaut Nick Hague, along with the Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin, did not arrive in October to reach the International Space Station (ISS) as a result of an SOS-FG aircraft accident. At the March station, Sputnik said Sunday's spatial industry source.
"The biggest opportunity for US astronauts Nick Hague is to make a yearly flight to the ISE 2019-2020," said the source.
According to the source, there will be other options to send to the US astronaut Christina Koch, and along with Ovchinin and Hague, the Soyuz MS-12 space will reach ISS March.
"The first astronaut in the U.S. of the United Arab Emirates was in need of an annual flight, and now this ship is occupied by astronauts and is committed to complying with the contract, the Arab Party, some astronauts must be in the ISS for a year," said the source.
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The first flight of the ISS lasted almost a year ago was made in 2015-2016, with the participation of Mikhail Kornien's Russian flight engineer and Scott Kelly, the United States's colleagues. Earlier, the Soviet and Russian cosmonauts carried out Mir's stations for many years: 1987-1988 – Vladimir Titov and Musa Manarov, 1998-1999 – Sergei Avdeyev. The longest stay in space that lasted more than 14 months was made by Valery Polyakov during the 1994-1995 Mir period.