Moment Soyuz MS-10 rocket carrying crew to ISS malfunctions during launch

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Published on 11 Oct 2018, 9:16
Less than two minutes after the US-Russian crew blasted off on their mission to the ISS, the Russian Soyuz booster rocket failed mid-air. The crew was forced to put their training to the test and make an emergency landing. Expedition 57 was due to transport Roscosmos’ Aleksey Ovchinin and NASA astronaut Nick Hague to the International Space Station in the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft. READ MORE: on.rt.com/9g8k

The Russian Soyuz spacecraft made emergency landing in Kazakhstan after its rocket booster malfunctioned. Both crew members on board are alive and unharmed. READ MORE: on.rt.com/9g8l

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