Russia: 'Thank God, the cosmonauts are alive'– Peskov on Soyuz MS-10 emergency landing

SOT, Dmitri Peskov, Press Secretary of the Russian president (Russian): «I can't tell now, it's clear that [Dmitri] Rogozin (Head of Roscoscosmos) is busy, the information and primary analysis are needed. But, of course, every piece of information will be delivered to the President.» Press Secretary for Russian President Vladimir Putin Dmitry Peskov said the most important thing is that the... Еще Soyuz MS-10 crew is alive after they were forced to make emergency landing in Kazakhstan, speaking from Moscow on Thursday. «It's good that secutity system functioned properly. Of course, every piece of information will be delivered to the President,» he concluded. The Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft carrying Russian Cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and US Astronaut Nick Hague to the ISS suffered a booster failure shortly after take-off on Thursday. Both NASA and the Russian space agency, Roscosmos, have confirmed that the crew survived the emergency landing.

Самое интересное

Новости партнеров

ТемыВсе темы