Thursday morning’s failure of a Russian rocket provided some white-knuckle moments for space officials in the US and Russia, but the two men who had to bail out for an emergency landing look to… Science News Summaries.
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Thursday morning’s failure of a Russian rocket provided some white-knuckle moments for space officials in the US and Russia, but the two men who had to bail out for an emergency landing look to be unscathed. NASA posted images of US astronaut Nick Hague and Russia’s Aleksey Ovchinin greeting their families and resting at a facility in Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, after their ordeal. The men are expected to be kept in the hospital overnight as a precaution. Meanwhile, the investigation into what went wrong is underway. Details and developments:

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