Crew Safe After Soyuz Launch Abort

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    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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    1. iiMatt_XL

      Im a membet

    2. steve eley

      It's a good job they were just in a studio and they will be ok

    3. Kevin Engstrand

      This was a test to see how stupid the public is. If you believe they are flying at 1100mph and he is holding a laptop, then there is no hope for you.

      1. Cheesie Christ

        Looks like you failed your own test there, bud.

      2. morozilka

        Speed does not matter, what matters is acceleration which in this case was 0. You can use your laptop in the plane, don't you ? Same principle is here.

    4. Un Vogue


    5. True MUNH

      Ступень "Союза" вернулась. Правда, хуй соберешь.

    6. It's Me

      Did they die?

      1. Martin Gorbush


    7. Beerloga 78

      Проебали звездолет

      1. Beerloga 78

        +Alex Yushkevich idi nahui

      2. Alex Yushkevich

        artem78rus idiot.

    8. Naresh Sharma

      well done

    9. Principal Skinr

      People can say what they want about the Russians, but they've got a darned good safety system on the Soyuz for escape for just such a problem. My hat's off to them. They make very good ejection seats, too, for their fighter aircraft.

    10. Discerning Troll

      Great to see the ever reliable Soyuz has been able to return another crew safely to earth despite a malfunction. I can understand why the Russian Space Industry is very cautious about moving human launches to there newer boosters and moving to a new Space Craft. Will be good to see it all from the Russian end with accurate translations. It must have been frustrating in Huston more or less be spectators. Credit to the Huston crew for remaining completely calm. Its a pity US Politicians can't show the same qualities as these Professionals as they go about there job.

    11. Vera H

      Great to hear they are safe!

    12. Paul Sarsany

      7 years and the US still has no capacity to put a crew in orbit. Pathetic.

      1. C Scan

        Greetings, Rohit Bhushan Well for one reason, I heard a statistic that in China they have more honor students in their schools than we have all kids in our country. Most of the world PHD's are coming from China. Another reason is the dumb no child left behind policy. For example, it doesn't matter if little Jonny isn't good enough to be on the soccer team, he is just allowed to participate because we couldn't handle the though of damaging his frail mental state. Their is no incentive to excel anymore in this county. The US is now full of a bunch of snow flakes that want the government to take care of them instead of working hard for them selves and making their own way in life. We still do have smart people in this country but I fear this is a trend that will continue to wane if we as a nation don't take back this country and make it great again.

      2. Rohit Bhushan

        C Scan Whatever you had, you had them in past. America is no longer producing minds at the scale she used to during 60s, 70s and 80s. What do you think is the reason behind it ? I'm just curious.

      3. C Scan

        Paul Sarsany And yet only America has put men on the moon, first to put rovers on Mars, the farthest away explorers in the solar system and the fact that every other country in the world has used our ideas and technology to build their own astronaut organizations, much of it reverse engineered and or stollen from us from the likes of China. America is the ground breaker. I think right now the US is more concerned about how to make space and the use of it safe and to prevent the weaponization of it. Why else would they be sending so many unmanned military drones into space. And of course the rumored TR3B and Aurora programs would be a better use of the US's ingenuity than going to the moon again. We now have out sights on Mars. You don't just go to Mars. It takes years of planing and designing the technology to make such a trip. 7 years is nothing to plan for something so audacious. Give them a break because we are actually talking rocket science here.

      4. Esteban Peralta

        Boeing dreamliner or spacex for next fear are options is things go according to plan

      5. Rohit Bhushan

        Paul Sarsany May be you people have stopped producing good scientists and engineers.

    13. Yatie Tie

      Great 💪👍👍👍

    14. حسام محمد hossam Mohamed

      مصر 🇪🇬

    15. Rose King

      Thanks God they are alive🙏🙏🙏

      1. Enrico Montanari

        Thanks to the Engineers that imaginated and created the safety systems.

    16. Cuauhtemoc Torres

      🤔 i wonder, how are they getting with accuracy ISS?, they could miss in space.

      1. B Kalmuratov

        and probably they're good at physics

      2. Ἰάσων

        Maybe they are using '' mathematics ''

    17. Amer Elian

      Whos inside the rocket?

      1. Alex Yushkevich

        Amer Elian inside the rocket fuel.

    18. TIM

      Yeah ! Another launch !

    19. Pietro Gazzera

      Boom! "Everything continues nominally". Sure!

    20. Varun Kumethi

      I think its time to change to space x and use latest tech x


      Excelente saludos Space Videos muchas gracias por compartir este Crew Safe After Soyuz Launch Abort DIOS les bendiga siempre

    22. ElAlexxis

      i dont undertand, did they abort? like in got back to earth in a scape capsule? and the rest of the rocket continued its way?

      1. ElAlexxis

        thanks, wow, its magnificent such think happened and still they have a system that can take them back. great to hear

      2. Ambient Morality

        ElAlexxis The entire core stage below them blew up. They were weightless for a bit, then solid motors safely pulled the capsule away from the failed rocket.

    23. Pete V

      Check the dashcam footage


      Super like 201

    25. Wiz-211

      RIP Crew :(

      1. GSatiFan

        Thankfully they are safe on earth!

      2. Jaspal Mahal

        They didn't die lmao

    26. dave jacobsen

      The Soyuz is as old as our Gemini capsule. They Russians still use old technology and NASA puts Americans into danger In order to save money.

      1. lan huong

        So go to ISS yourself. You probably forgot about Columbia and Challenger.

      2. Astrocat2374

        Discerning Troll Really living up to that name. I don’t think anything you said was correct. Maybe you shouldn’t “auto assume” that I’m a US idiot, because I’m really not. Russian technology has helped the US a lot, because of the engines they developed. It’s that simple.

      3. Astrocat2374

        dannydaw59 The type of technology to make that engine, like closed cycle engines, are largely based off of the engines developed for the Soviet N1. The engines used on the rocket had greater efficiency. Of course, there are a lot of innovations that went into developing the Merlin engines, but ultimately, the Falcon 9 would’ve been impossible to create if not for the soviet engines.

      4. dannydaw59

        If it ain't broke don't fix it I guess. Go with a design that works.

    27. Divy singh dope boy


    28. 9us Xx


    29. Smart Male

      The rocket is very slow going.. I think 50 kmph😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😅

      1. Smart Male

        I know man.. I am only joking... Don,t take seriously bro

      2. thomasfholland

        Smart Male Did you even understand that there was a 1st stage booster separation FAILURE?!? The 2 astronauts could have easily died but fortunately they survived.

    30. thomasfholland

      At 2:45 you can see how the astronauts got bumped around a lot. And at 2:48 you can see the debris field of fragments flying away from the 1st core.

      1. Guílherme Oliveira

        Meu Deus , que coisa mas linda , que coragem ....o ser humano e muito ... Inteligênte parabéns

      2. Sal3600

        ElAlexxis They returned to earth in the capsule. Mission failed. They will probably reattempt at a later date.

      3. Capta Praelium

        Source? At the time you pointed out IS the time the four boosters separate. It's right there in all the documentation and imagery, totally planned (Edit: See 2:58). It's not debris, it's the boosters. (Edit: you can clearly see all four of them) At the time of 3:20 the radio says what she says. Also, you can hear the alarms.

    31. Rohit Patwa

      8th comment and 12th like

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    33. Mirian Veras

      Número 8

    34. JakobLenke

      Glad they‘re safe 🙏🏻

      1. galaxy photos

        JakobLenke nope

      2. Trevor Howard

        they should their anti gravity ships from now on

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