First footage of ISS crew after emergency landing (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Judging by the photographs, Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin and American astronaut Nick Hague appear to be healthy and in good spirits. They are both hooked up to medical equipment monitoring their vitals.
#СоюзМС10: космонавт Роскосмоса Алексей Овчинин и астронавт @NASA Ник Хейг сейчас находятся в Жезказгане и проходят обследование перед вылетом.— РОСКОСМОС (@roscosmos) October 11, 2018
Генеральный директор Роскосмоса Дмитрий Рогозин (@Rogozin) принял решение о транспортировке космонавтов на Байконур. pic.twitter.com/b1IzKZZI8O
A short video also showed Hague chatting with a Russian colleague on a couch, with Ovchinin getting a check-up on a nearby sofa.
The footage was taken in Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, but the pair will soon be transported to Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center, outside of Moscow.
The crew’s Soyuz spacecraft failed shortly after take-off from Baikonur on Thursday. It's believed that the booster failed to separate from the Soyuz MS-10 space capsule, although the specifics of the anomaly are still being investigated.
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