Soyuz successfully launches 3 astronauts to ISS after failed launch

Russia’s Soyuz MS-11 on Monday was successfully launched from Kazakhstan to the International Space Station with a three-astronaut crew, after a failed launch in October. Soyuz entered target orbit within nine minutes of launch. Following a six-hour journey, the crew from US, Canada and Russia will dock the Soyuz to the station and spend the next six-and-a-half months on ISS.

This short was originally published on Inshorts, based on an article in Daily Mail.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *