Just two minutes into a flight on Thursday, a booster rocket failure made it impossible to reach the space station. The spaceship went into automatic abort, and American Nick Hague and Russian Alexey Ovchinin plunged back to earth.
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U.S., Russian Astronauts In ‘Good Condition’ After Booster Rocket Failure Prompts | NBC Nightly News
collision at booster separation Same thing with Elon Musk's rockets booster impact just after separation and you can see the impact on the video. Elon Musk fixed his but it is strange that Russia changed the separation procedure after so many good launches. May find it is a paided off worker in Russia just like the drill and fill hole. Pay a guy $1000 bucks and he will hide or creat a failure.
"Fortunate to have survived..."??? Aren't these things designed for this?? If not, wtf are they using'em??? Looks to me the eject protocol and equipment performed as designed.
"The 3 men on board ISS could be staying a while longer..." uh ya think? Not like they have anywhere else to go or a way to get there.
Using the announcers logic, and that of some that responded, ya'all seem surprised that the ejection/landing worked. It's like ya'all expected it to fail...
On that same note, is everyone equally surprised when you get to your destination and your car didn't explode or get piled up?
Point is, if everyone is all surprised that the system worked and the guys survived, that means ya didn't expect it to. If ya didn't expect it to, then why was it designed, built and installed that way? If you're expecting it to fail, redesign it to begin with. If you build something and are amazed it worked, you don't have much confidence in your work.
you never did see the challenger incident have you? What about the infamous apollo 13 incident? or what about the re-entry shielding on the for the space shuttle that failed a few years back? if it can go wrong it will no matter how much you try to prepare for every eventuality sometimes you have bad luck
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