|Manned Flight No.|
|Manned flight of the Russia No.|
|Manned flight Soyuz No.|
|Launch:||Oct 11, 2018 08:40:00|
|Landing:||Oct 11, 2018 ??:??:??|
|Duration:||0 д 0 ч 0 м 0 с|
Astronaut No. 558
Astronaut USA No. 342
Hague: 1st flight
Cumulative time: 0 d 0 h 0 m 0 s
Alexey Ovchinin (Commander)
Cosmonaut No. 544
Cosmonaut Russia No. 118
Ovchinin: 2nd flight
Cumulative time: 172 d 3 h 47 m 15 s
(4131 h 47 m 15 s)
Launch of the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft with cosmonauts Alexei Ovchinin and Nick Hague on board ended in failure. The ship Soyuz MS-10 started at 8 hours and 40 minutes of universal time (14:40 Baikonur time) from the Baikonur cosmodrome. Commander Alexey Ovchinin and flight engineer american astronaut Tyler Hague had to fly to the ISS and join Sergey Prokopyev, Serena Auñón-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst in 57th crew. As a result of the abnormal separation of one of the side accelerators the second stage of the carrier rocket was damaged. The flight was interrupted. Soyuz was separated from the carrier rocket, the crew rescue emergency system worked. The descent module of the Soyuz spacecraft with astronauts on board sank to the ground under a parachute twenty kilometers from the city of Zhezkazgan. The state of both astronauts was estimated, how satisfactory.
Crew before the flight.
Launch of Soyuz MS-10.
The longest flight:
Jan 08, 1994 437 d 17 h 58 m 31 s (10505 h 58 m 31 s)
The most cumulative time in space (5 flights):
878 d 11 h 30 m 49 s (21083 h 30 m 49 s) Gennady Padalka