Surging news reporter Nan Bo Yi
Russia's Space Flight Management Center reported that the Soyuz spacecraft took off in an accident and made an emergency landing in Kazakhstan.
Russian satellite news agency reported on the 11th, sources said that after the accident in the spacecraft, the new members of the International Space Station will complete an emergency landing in Kazakhstan.
According to sources, new members of the International Space Station survived the accident. Russian Satellite News Agency reporters reported that the Russian space group stopped relaying the launch of the spacecraft carrying new members of the International Space Station.
Sources said the Soyuz failed in the second phase of operation after the first phase of separation.
Earlier, Russian astronaut Alexei Ovchenin and American astronaut Nick Hague will take the Soyuz MS-10 to the International Space Station on October 11, according to a report on the website of the Russian Space State Group. According to the news, this is the second space flight of the Olympic team, and Hague is heading to the international space station for the first time.
Later on the 11th, the satellite news agency reported that sources said that the crew of the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft landed in Kazakhstan and resumed contact. Sources said that search and rescue personnel had gone to the emergency landing site of the "alliance MS-10" spacecraft.
NASA announced that the search and rescue team has gone to Soyuz's expected landing site, the helicopter has taken off to go.
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