An astronaut in orbit recorded stunning photos of three astronauts International Space Station.
Russian astronaut Evan Wagner has been in orbit since April, and one of the three astronauts has been living in orbit for the past six months. But now, he and his colleagues have the company: two more astronauts and a NASA astronaut, Who started On a Russian Soyuz rocket EDT from Kazakhstan on Wednesday (Oct. 14) at 1:45 am (local time 0545 GMT; 10:45 am). Soyuz Arrived at the station three hours later, New registration for a quick group trip to the orbit lab.
“Congratulations on a successful start!” Wagner Wrote on Twitter Shortly after launch. “The plane seen from space is colder than Earth!”
These elevators are carefully timed because astronauts on the space station are often able to photograph their teammates’ beginnings The orbit of the space station To ensure that the new vehicle can catch up to the Behemoth station.
In the case of today’s launch, that time is a new variation on the theme: a team arrived at the International Space Station for the first time after two orbits of the Earth, compared to the usual four or more. The fastest route the new crew set a record, 3 hours and 3 minutes after launch at the space station, according to another Tweet from Wagner.
Along with the aircraft, NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and Russian astronauts Sergei Ryzykov and Sergei Kut-Sverkov stayed in orbit for six months and joined the NASA astronaut. Chris Cassidy And Russian astronauts Wagner and Anatoly Ivanishin. The latter three closed their position in orbit later this month, Oct.
‘Favor’ team, congratulations on a successful launch! The plane seen from space is cooler than Earth! Getting ready to welcome # SoyuzMS17 in just 2.5 hours! pic.twitter.com/Lg5f0zKG1pOctober 14, 2020
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