Despite the failure of the Russian Soyuz rocket, NASA plans to launch ‘Soyuz’ on schedule: At the beginning of this week, during a crude mission of the International Space Station, the high profile failure of the generally reliable Soyuz rocket thrown the space community in more way, but NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said that he was in Soyu Hopefully launch a new team through the medium anyway.
Talking to correspondents in the US Embassy in Moscow (as reported by AFP), Bridenstein saw that “every mission that fails is not so successful.” So in fact, the poor working rocket works as a built-in escape system design, built in the launch hardware, fortunately not causing any damage to life.
Astronaut Nick Hague and Cosmonaut Alexei Ovechkin land safely about 250 miles away from the launch site, about 90 seconds separated in the capsule launch and deployed its parachutes.
Although investigators are too quick to tell what went wrong, Bradsteen is confident enough in the Soyuz system and Roscoscos team that they indicated that a new driven capsule could go up before the end of the year.
“I fully expect that we will fly again on the Soyuz rocket and I have a reason to believe at this points that it will not be on schedule.”
That mission will be in December, which means that the current three persons on the ISS will not have to expand their migration (as they can do some ideas), neither the ISS will have to fly empty for any time. The likelihood of the latter made many uncomfortable because the ISS is designed to be able to fly alone for a while, but due to no problems in the case of risk, and many experiments may fail.
The Soyuz launch system is currently the only one available to send space to humans. SpaceX and Boeing are working hard to change this, but their solutions are taking a long way to prepare. If there are some severe flaws in the Soyuz system, then it will necessarily kill humanity on earth until a solution is found. Fortunately, Soyuz has proven himself many times, and it is more likely that it will fly soon.
BrideSteen’s confidence indeed does not launch rockets – rocket failure is under investigation, and two space agencies have to negotiate how to put a new team in the station before the original program. However, for now, it seems like space will be in our reach.