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Rocket failure astronauts will go back into space - Russian official

Reuters Friday, 12 October 2018
Rocket failure astronauts will go back into space - Russian officialThe head of Russia's space agency said on Friday that two astronauts who survived the mid-air failure of a Russian rocket would fly again and would provisionally travel to the International Space Station (ISS) in spring of next year.
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Astronauts Survive Aborted Rocket Launch An American astronaut and Russian cosmonaut survived an emergency landing. Nick Hague and Alexey Ovchinin were traveling to the International Space Station on the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft. The ship experienced a technical failure that sent their rocket diving...

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