A Russian Soyuz rocket with 3 astronauts blasts off to the International Space Station

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In this photograph taken from video launched by Roscosmos area company, service towers decrease prior to the launch of the Soyuz 2.1a rocket with Soyuz MS-25 spacecraft carrying NASA astronaut Tracy Dyson, Oleg Novitsky of Roscosmos and Marina Vasilevskaya of Belarus to the International Space Station, ISS, at the Russian-leased Baikonur launch facility in Kazakhstan, Saturday, March 23, 2024. The crew’s launch was initially scheduled for Thursday, however it was aborted by an computerized security system about 20 seconds earlier than the scheduled liftoff. Officials mentioned the launch abort was triggered by a voltage drop in an influence supply. (Roscosmos area company by way of AP)

MOSCOW – A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying three astronauts to the International Space Station blasted off Saturday, two days after its launch was aborted at the final minute.

The spacecraft carrying NASA astronaut Tracy Dyson, Russian Oleg Novitsky and Marina Vasilevskaya of Belarus launched with no obvious issues from the Russian-leased Baikonur launch facility in Kazakhstan.

The launch had been deliberate for Thursday however was halted by an computerized security system about 20 seconds earlier than the scheduled liftoff. The head of the Russian area company, Yuri Borisov, mentioned the launch abort was triggered by a voltage drop in an influence supply.




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