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Russian rocket failure could leave International Space Station without crew

If the cause of the aborted launch isn't solved quickly, a new crew might not be able to launch before the current crew must return home.        

Must-watch videos of the week

A movie-like prison break, a failed rocket launch putting lives at risk and celebrity kids busting a move. Here are the videos you don't want to miss this week.

Bloodhound 1,000 mph rocket car needs a cash injection -- fast - Roadshow

The company behind the supersonic vehicle seeking to break the land-speed record must either find new investors or shut down.

The Flat Earth movement: People who ignore science

Flat-Earthers will tell you that not only is the Earth shaped like a Frisbee, but also that Man has never gone to the Moon, that footage of floating ...

Engadget /
After Math: Every robot was parkour fighting

What a week it's been! Between Google's Pixel 3 event, the lucky landing by the Soyuz crew, and Facebook's latest data ...

NASA's Apollo missions took humans to the moon -- and my dad played a part - CNET

First Man recounts efforts to get astronauts to the moon. Keeping them safe on Earth was no easy feat either.

VoA /
'First Man' Shows Sacrifice, Risk of Apollo 11 Mission

On July 20, 1969, the world was watching as a grainy black and white TV image showed astronaut Neil Armstrong step onto the moon and plant an American flag on its powdery surface. Damian Chazelle's biopic First Man follows the life of Armstrong, ...

Fox News /
Empty Space Station? NASA prepares for the worst (but hopes for the best) after Soyuz abort

A few months from now, the International Space Station (ISS) could be unoccupied for the first time in nearly two decades.

USA Today /
Astronauts return to families' arms after emergency landing

NASA's Nick Hague and Roscosmos' Alexey Ovchinin were headed to the International Space Station on a Soyuz rocket when a booster failed.        

NASA and Russia's aborted Soyuz flight shows how far we've come - CNET

The Soyuz MS-10 mission hurtled back to Earth like a bullet but is a symbol of space cooperation.

SpaceX and Boeing developing new spaceships to fly NASA astronauts

The International Space Station could soon operate without a crew for the first time in nearly two decades. It comes after Thursday's dramatic Soyuz ...

Washinton Post /
NASA chief: ‘No changes’ to space station launches after dramatic Soyuz rocket failure

Jim Bridenstine told reporters that Russian experts have a “really good idea” of what caused the rocket to malfunction, sending the two-member crew on a hurtling escape back to earth.

Reuters /
Rocket failure astronauts will go back into space - Russian official

Two astronauts who survived the mid-air failure of a Russian rocket will fly again and are provisionally set to travel to the International Space Station (ISS) in spring of next year, the head of Russia's space agency said on Friday.

Day after rocket failure, Russia says it will try again in spring

As NASA's Nick Hague and Russian colleague undergo tests after dramatic crash-down, Roscosmos chief vows "the boys will certainly fly"

VoA /
Russia Space Agency: Astronauts Will Likely Fly in Spring

The head of Russia’s space agency said Friday that two astronauts who survived the midair failure of a Russian rocket would fly again and would provisionally travel to the International Space Station (ISS) in spring of next year. Dmitry Rogozin, ...

The reality and dangers of getting to space

Early Thursday morning, two astronauts aboard a Soyuz rocket heading to the International Space ...

Rocket failure forces astronauts to make emergency landing

A Soyuz FG rocket malfunctioned just two minutes after liftoff Thursday. It forced an American and Russian astronaut to execute an emergency landing. ...

The Wall Street Journal /
Rocket Launch Failure Can Spell Disruptions for NASA's Missions

The setback put more pressure on NASA to certify new U.S. vehicles for taking crews to and from space station and made it more dependent on Russia.

VoA /
US-Russian Space Crew Makes Emergency Landing After Rocket Problem

A U.S. astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut made an emergency return to earth Thursday shortly after launching on what was supposed to be a mission to the International Space Station. Rescuers reached American Nick Hague and Russian Alexei Ovchinin after their emergency landing in Kazakhstan. VOA Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb recently sat down ...

Astronauts survive Soyuz rocket emergency landing

A Soyuz rocket carrying a NASA astronaut and Russian cosmonaut made an emergency landing Thursday back on Earth after an issue with a booster, NASA said.

NASA astronaut, Russian cosmonaut make emergency landing after Soyuz rocket failure - CNET

NASA's Nick Hague and Roscosmos' Aleksey Ovchinin returned safely to Earth.

USA Today /
Space station could go crewless after Soyuz launch failure

NASA says it's dusting off its plans for flying the International Space Station without a crew after the aborted launch of a Russian rocket ...

Time /
The Good News Buried in Thursday’s Soyuz Rocket Failure

Both crew members lived to launch another day, a testament to the Soyuz' safety systems

NY Times /
Russian Rocket Fails, and 2 Astronauts Make Safe Emergency Return

The Soyuz craft experienced a problem minutes after liftoff, en route to the International Space Station, but the capsule landed safely.

U.S., Russian astronauts make emergency landing after rocket fails on takeoff

The two crew members were in “good condition” and had been reunited with their families at the Russia-leased Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, NASA said.

Fox News /
US, Russian astronauts make dangerous ballistic re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere after rocket fails

NASA astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin made a dramatic escape after their Soyuz booster rocket failed just two minutes after launch Thursday. 

Soyuz rocket failure a big problem for International Space Station

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Soyuz failure has major fallout; the big question about the plan to legalize cannabis is how Canada will gauge ...

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