Video: Bridenstine Interviews Astronaut Hague About Soyuz Abort

Video Caption: NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine talks via satellite with astronaut Nick Hague in Houston. Hague and Russian crewmate Alexey Ovchinin safely made a ballistic landing in Kazakhstan on Oct. 11, when the launch of their Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station was aborted due to an anomaly.

  • Robert G. Oler

    who cares

  • Paul_Scutts

    For a mission failure, it has been the best possible result. Congratulations to everyone involved for all their hard and dedicated work that made the escape and recovery textbook. It brings home the risk that all the space shuttle crews faced by not launching upon a “single stick” configuration.

  • SamuelRoman13

    Members of Roscosmos commission and investigators have identified those
    who could be responsible in the damage to one of the sensing devices on
    board the Soyuz-FG carrier rocket, which could have led to the failed
    launch of the Soyuz MS-10 manned spacecraft, a source at the Baikonur
    space center told Sputnik on Thursday.
    They have found the problem. A sensor. They will have a number of un-crewed flights and that will recertify Soyuz. So no problem. Supply is not a problem. They will modify an uncrewed Soyuz.So the poor people in the flight path of Soyuz will have only a short spell of Soyuz rocket launcher parts missing them. Then they can start to worry again. Sec. Clinton has turned in her security clearances, so no one can ask her to check her records if she had checked out if Soyuz booster rockets were being dropped on poor people by NASA.

  • Robert G. Oler


  • duheagle

    10,322 people according to YouTube the last time I checked.