It is reported by Roscosmos on Monday, December 3, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent. In addition, Kononenko and Prokopiev 11 December will be released into outer space to explore the ship "Soyuz MS-09" where you previously found the hole.
Russian investigators blamed that malfunction, which occurred as the first and second stages of a booster rocket separated, on a damaged sensor.
Saint-Jacques and the other two astronauts, from Russian Federation and the U.S., who blasted off with him yesterday will be manning the International Space Station for the next six months, returning to earth in June 2019.
The crew repeatedly denied being nervous about flying and insisted the fact that the two-man crew had safely returned to Earth despite the dramatic mishap had demonstrated the reliability of the rocket's safety mechanisms. They joined the three crew members who have been aboard since June: NASA's Serena Auñón-Chancellor, ESA's Alexander Gerst, and Roscosmos's Sergey Prokopyev.
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That same month they will be joined by another three spacefarers, a crew which will comprise the two men that aborted the launch in October, Nick Hague (NASA) and Alexey Ovchinin (Roscosmos) and a newcomer, Christina Koch (NASA). NASA announced the flight crew for that mission today. The launch was successful, and the Soyuz spacecraft docked with the ISS at 17:23 GMT. In a call with his family and others at the Russian launch site, Saint-Jacques revealed his first impressions of outer space so far.
Some of the investigations they will conduct are sponsored by the U.S. National Laboratory on the space station, which Congress designated in 2005 to maximize its use for improving quality of life on Earth.
MOSCOW: The first manned Soyuz flight since a failed launch in October successfully docked at the International Space Station on Monday, Russia's space agency Roscosmos said.
The new crew is scheduled to be onboard during the first test flights of NASA's Commercial Crew Programme, which will return human spaceflight launches to United States soil.
This failure caused the automatic ejection of the part where the capsule was with the 2 men, who were able to return safely to the ground.