Emergency landing for two astronauts, fails, launch of the Soyuz
The astronaut Nick Hague of NASA and the Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin have been declared safe and sound after having had to make an emergency landing following the failure of the booster of the probe Soyuz.
Apparently it was a launch of a procedure directed toward the International Space Station (ISS), until one of the four boosters of the rocket carrying the probe Soyuz showed an abnormal operation, such as to push the two astronauts to attempt what in technical jargon is called "the return of ballistic"
The indents ballistic may be intense for the astronauts, because they experience G forces much higher. Normally, a landing classic, can expose the crew to a force of 4G, which in cases such as the one in question can even double. Something similar happened already in 2008, always during the sending of the Soyuz during re-entry ballistic astronauts experienced an acceleration of 8G.The dream of many and save? Apple iPhone X is on offer today on 800 euro or from ePrice to 898 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING