Soyuz MS 10 Traveling to ISS Fails, Russian and American Cosmonaut’s Survive


A Soyuz-FG rocket launched the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft with International Space Station Expedition 57-58 crew members, NASA astronaut Nick Hague and Roscosmos cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, on 11 October 2018, at 08:40 UTC (14:40 local time). Due to a booster error, the spacecraft entered a ballistic descend and the crew landed in Kazakhstan. Credits: NASA/Roscosmos #SoyuzMS10 Soyuz-FG launches Soyuz MS-10 Пуск РКН Союз-ФГ с ТПК Союз МС-10 Soyuz MS-10 Failure launch failure

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  1. Something struck a nerve here. Seldom have I seen such a bizzaro troll swarm as what I am seeing in the comments of this article.

    • Yes, yes and yes. These ‘flat earth, rockets are fake’ people are mostly paid disinfo agents with the odd genuine nutjob, either way, they are best ignored.

    • Nasa is preparing the Orion to go beyond Low Earth Orbit, a limit established by Van Allen Belt radiation. The make-up of the Orion program and statements regarding the developement of radiation shielding indicate that Apollo never left LEO. The space station research is helping to develope said shielding.

    • The Flat Earth Society has been around for a long time but thanks to the internet, it has gained a few followers, mostly emotionally crippled and somewhat deranged.

  2. She packed my bags last night, pre-flight.
    Zero hour, 9:00 AM
    And I’m gonna be high as a kite by then.
    I miss the earth so much , I miss my wife
    It’s lonely out in space
    On such a timeless flight
    And I think it’s gonna be along, long time
    Til touchdown brings me ’round again to find
    I’m not the man they think I am at home
    Oh, no,no no! I’m a rocket man
    Rocket Man, Burning out his fuse up here alone
    And I think it’s gonna be along, long time
    Till touch down brings me round again to find
    I’m not the man they think I am at home….
    Rocket Man/ Elton John/Bernie Taupin.

  3. Am I wrong to think that we have a Space Fleet(s) and that sending Astronauts up with a rocket to a space station is just a bunch of fluff for the masses? I’m just hoping all the Trillions of Dollars stolen is being spent wisely.

    • Welllllll, if anything that Preston James writes has any truth to it, yes. According to him there are two space fleets, one Air Force and one Navy. Both are to defend the planet against nasties from elsewhere.
      I once listened to an interview with a woman retired from the Air Force involved in monitoring space activity and she went on to state there are radar installations in space that are pointed outward away from the earth.
      What are they looking for?
      The fact is these craft can invade our airspace at thousands of miles per hour, fly over the White House for nearly a week , shut down ICBM sites, and there’s nothing we can do about it.
      We have to contend with abductions and mutilations of not only livestock but of humans as well.
      How much did Eisenhower know? Why did Lemay tell Barry Goldwater to go to hell for asking?
      Why all the cover up, denials, threats and trashing of people’s reputations to deceive the people?
      The answer is , you may not want to know. The truth may be too much for the public to deal with.

  4. Car break down lately?
    Computer crash?
    Lose cell phone connection?
    Nothing is 100% certain. no matter how carefully something is built or put together, the possibility for a failure is not remote.

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