Yuri Borisov, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia said that the incident would not harm US-Russia relations.
In this frame from video from NASA TV, NASA astronaut Nick Hague, who survived the Oct. 11, 2018, failed launch and emergency landing, speaks from the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Oct. 16, 2018. "Imagine if a reinforced concrete block seven times your weight was placed on your chest", he said.
"We had to go through the steps that crew has to take and prepare for emergency landing.so that the crew is still functioning after landing".
Ovchinin said he and Hague understood something was wrong when emergency lights came on in the cabin. Because of a problem during ascent, the spacecraft separated from the boosters and made an emergency landing. The Russian space program has faced many malfunctions since 2010.
They landed on the smooth, flat terrain of Kazakhstan.
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The failure "only helped to solidify my appreciation for how robust that system is", said Hague, 43, in an online question-and-answer session with reporters streamed by NASA.
The first launch since the accident may take place in Plesetsk starting from October 24 to 26, (it will be a) Soyuz-2 with a military satellite, according to reports citing sources.
The CEO of Singapore-based Equatorial Space Industries, Simon Gwozdz, told Khaleej Times that astronauts who are meant to go to the ISS soon should "expect some delays".
The UAE is still hoping to send its astronaut to space on April 5 next year despite the recent launch failure of the Russian Soyuz spacecraft. "What we are doing up there at the space station, what we are doing for human exploration, it's for the benefit of all, and it's important that we continue".
The first launch of a Russian Soyuz rocket into orbit since a failed launch last week is planned for October 24 to 26 and will carry a military satellite into space, Interfax news agency cited a source in the space industry as saying on Wednesday.