Crew Safe After Soyuz Launch Abort

  • Yayınlanma Tarihi:  4 ay önce
  • NASA astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin are in good condition following an aborted launch of their Soyuz spacecraft. The Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to the International Space Station at 4:40 a.m. EDT Thursday, October 11 (2:40 p.m. in Baikonur) carrying American astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin. Shortly after launch, there was an anomaly with the booster and the launch ascent was aborted, resulting in a ballistic landing of the spacecraft. Search and rescue teams were deployed to the landing site. Hague and Ovchinin are out of the capsule and are reported to be in good condition. Note: This video is edited for length, but includes the launch, the initial report of the issue, and the confirmation that the crew landed safely.
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Yorum Sayısı: 434

  • Papa Neegs
    Papa Neegs 4 ay önce

    Hey NASA the booster failed....zombie land....wake up!!! Glad all are safe....Maybe she's playing solotaire and saying, "everything nominal" LOL.

  • The Primal Earth
    The Primal Earth 4 ay önce

    It’s those ULA snipers at it again

  • Ole Larsen
    Ole Larsen 4 ay önce

    Vod? No more Vodka! My Vostok is coming down. This is a russian Wodstock!

  • doot doot
    doot doot 4 ay önce

    I almost pissed myself when the footage broke to the cgi rocket! 😂

  • Prove Me Wrong
    Prove Me Wrong 4 ay önce

    This NASA office...commentator doesn't have a clue what is happening, nor the folks in charge of the animation. To add insult to injury, the p.r. photographer is wandering around still, minutes after launch failure, snapping shots of staff who all look like they have nothing to do, besides snack and check their cell phones.

    Bless those two in the rocket and their support staff at the launch site. They were aware and earned their pay for the day. Welcome back to Earth!
    We need as many people like you down here as we can get.

  • mindful
    mindful 4 ay önce

    I would risk my life also to do something like this. I'm glad they are ok!

  • Forum Orologi in Libertà

    Soyuz , security guarantee on flights.

  • Traveling Munashe
    Traveling Munashe 4 ay önce

    Minecraft umm OK

  • Tagger
    Tagger 4 ay önce

    are they using kerbal space program?

  • Julian Crooks
    Julian Crooks 4 ay önce

    another reason for NASA to get the space x ship up and working. The Boeing spacecraft is years away from launching and the. Russian rockets are to old and unsafe.

  • Kevin Shipman
    Kevin Shipman 4 ay önce

    To be an astronaut, you have to be extremely fit & resilient, extremely intelligent, extremely practical, fully in control of emotion, have an advanced knowledge of physics & applied sciences, be able to cope with the vast & deep loneliness of space/atmospherical loss, AND, be able to keep completely cool & 100% rational/functioning while facing immanent doom. I feel slightly less upset I didn't get a shot at it ;-)

  • Whatthekill -_-
    Whatthekill -_- 4 ay önce

    Where is the fail??!?

  • Ridhuan Abu Bakar
    Ridhuan Abu Bakar 4 ay önce

    no footage?

  • Alex M
    Alex M 4 ay önce

    Снова россия на орбиту мусор занесла...

  • Swaggy Swag
    Swaggy Swag 4 ay önce

    Why didn't they revert launch?

  • T.A.B
    T.A.B 4 ay önce

    As long as the crew is safe I don't see any lost, instead it's good experience to learn of it and correct any mistakes for future trips.

  • jus random shi
    jus random shi 4 ay önce

    we all herd it fails. that guy at nasa is reading a script.

  • Bosingr
    Bosingr 4 ay önce

    I'll sure be glad when the Boeing CST & SpaceX Dragon manned version are FINALLY operational next year. It's a long wait!

  • Ruben
    Ruben 4 ay önce

    We have companies like SpaceX and ULA yet were still using a Russian launch provider lmao.

  • fruityrudy21
    fruityrudy21 4 ay önce

    Between this and the hole aboard the ISS Soyuz, I'd be extremely surprised if another human crew ever launches into space. The forces arrayed against it are simply too great.

  • Justice Cruz
    Justice Cruz 4 ay önce

    Oh dear.... We are constantly reminded of how dangerous this really really is...

  • J M
    J M 4 ay önce

    stories for men and nothing more.

  • Rui Leite
    Rui Leite 4 ay önce

    The Earth is flat

  • steven Wilson
    steven Wilson 4 ay önce

    The hatch in the dome wasn’t opened, they had no choice but to abort.

  • Jacob Krall
    Jacob Krall 4 ay önce

    Wait, how does this rocket land? And why are launches never filmed with an extreme zoom camera so we can see it for longer? A Nikon P1000 would be a good start. You would think that in the 50+ years of space flight there would be at least one video of a launch that doesn’t cut to CGI after a minute.

  • Yanbei W
    Yanbei W 4 ay önce

    Russain trash, let spaceX do the job.

  • Dmytro Picky
    Dmytro Picky 4 ay önce

    thats why cosmonauts(and astronaunts) wear dipers

  • Curtis McGee
    Curtis McGee 4 ay önce

    I bet that was a wild ride.

  • Zizu Zai
    Zizu Zai 4 ay önce

    Allah says NO!.

  • Sam Wiltzius
    Sam Wiltzius 4 ay önce

    So happy they are safe.

  • Aigars Mahinovs
    Aigars Mahinovs 4 ay önce

    This failure is a double egg on the Russian face - not only the launch failed, but it clearly showed that their launch animation is completely fake - their "telemetry" information kept on the ideal trajectory and kept accelerating waaaay after the anomaly. Just fully faking telemetry data is a pathetic display of cowardice.

  • Jesuisguillaume - zm2y611

    Glad the Russians know what they're doing with their launchers. Thanks to the hard work of the engineers at the control station and those who designed the rocket, 2 people have been saved today. Good job Russia ;)

  • Neo L Skum
    Neo L Skum 4 ay önce

    Without the word "Nominal", space travel would be impossible.

  • Tristan Band
    Tristan Band 4 ay önce

    The Soyuz spacecraft is safe, but every now and then something goes wrong. Fortunately the abort procedure ensured Hague and Ovchinin came out safe. Soyuz's safety record is unmatched, whereas SpaceX craft look pretty but their safety is unknown. I used to be a big booster for the private rocket industry, now I am not so sure. I welcome more manufacturers for rockets, but I don't think space travel, exploration, or colonization should be driven by or subordinated to the profit motive. Instead we should adequately fund our space programs again and keep it in democratic control.

  • carnivalor
    carnivalor 4 ay önce

    Glad they are safe!

  • show me the real world

    What's The name of this game

  • Heather Jessup
    Heather Jessup 4 ay önce

    Was there an error with the Soyuz or the r7 rocket?

  • Blunter
    Blunter 4 ay önce

    Incredibly happy to hear they made it back to Earth unscathed. It's really upsetting that Hague didn't get his first trip up there just yet, but things could definitely be worse. Godspeed moving forward.

  • PeppersGhost
    PeppersGhost 4 ay önce

    Good to see they made it safely back again.

  • Simply Human
    Simply Human 4 ay önce

    "Nominally" WTF don't they just say normally like normal humans.