Soyuz rocket failure report points at one, leaves many questions unanswered

NASA to proceed with Soyuz launch despite recent rocket failure

Russia may resume manned space flights on November 28: Interfax

Dmitry Rogozin, head of Roscosmos, said via Twitter on Friday (Oct. 12) that Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and NASA astronaut Nick Hague will fly again in the spring, according to a translation.

Russian Federation has temporarily suspended all manned space launches after two astronauts made a dramatic emergency landing in Kazakhstan on Thursday due to the failure of the Soyuz rocket carrying them to the orbital ISS.

Both astronauts landed safely back on Earth, but the three astronauts currently inhabiting the ISS are now left with a single crew capsule.

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"Your training really takes over", Hague told reporters during a Q&A streamed online by NASA.

Hague said he and Ovchinin, his commander, were flung from side to side and shoved back hard into their seats, as the drama unfolded 50 kilometres (31 miles) above Kazakhstan last Thursday.

"We knew that if we wanted to be successful, we needed to stay calm and we needed to execute the procedures in front of us as smoothly and efficiently as we could", Hague told The Associated Press from Houston.

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"For the most part, the rescue system worked automatically, and we just followed the system", according to Ovchinin.

"There was no time to be nervous because we had to work", Ovchinin told Russian television.

NASA's Hague has already flown back to the United States following the landing, after undergoing a medical check and being questioned about the accident. The Soyuz-FG rocket was on the top of the Soyuz MS-10 spaceship and on the launch day, approximately two minutes after the liftoff, the mission was aborted due to an anomaly experienced by the launch vehicle. "I got to experience a few seconds of weightlessness and I was able to watch a few things float around in the capsule" at the peak, he said. "But life doesn't always give you a vote". "The first thing I really noticed was being shaken pretty violently side to side", he said during his first publicly broadcast interviews since his Soyuz rocket failed shortly after liftoff on October 11.

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The failure "only helped to solidify my appreciation for how robust that system is", Hague said. "That's a testament to the commitment and the perseverance and the attention to the details" of the teams that developed and manufacture Soyuz rockets, he said.

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