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Follow along: Expedition 47 crew launches to International Space Station

Posted by Jason Davis

18-03-2016 12:05 CDT

Topics: human spaceflight, International Space Station, Russian human spaceflight

Thanks for following along with The Planetary Society as the crew of Expedition 47 launches to the International Space Station today. We'll post updates below.

Expedition 47 preview: Astronaut Jeff Williams' career spans history of ISS

Posted by Jason Davis on 2016/03/17 06:30 CDT

NASA astronaut Jeff Williams embarks on his fourth trip to the ISS tomorrow. He launches aboard a Soyuz spacecraft from Baikonur with cosmonauts Alexey Ovchinin and Oleg Skripochka at 5:26 p.m. EDT (21:26 UTC).

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Comments:

Bob Ware: 03/18/2016 04:48 CDT

Thanks for the NASA TV link Jason! Beautiful launch! No glitches! It's interesting that they burn S-3 while S-2 is still burning. No train wreck as the Apollo Astronauts called it. A fun question: So why did they decide to do launches that way? To avoid the train wreck?

دانلود آهنگ جدید: 03/19/2016 07:03 CDT

Thanks for NASA TV link Jason. Great !

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