Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Russian spacecraft, Soyuz TMA -22 to depart to the ISS

MOSCOW - A Russian spacecraft carrying an astronaut, United States (U.S.) and two Russian cosmonauts to depart today from the meadow steppe in Kazakhtan heading to the International Space Station (ISS).

Soyuz TMA-22 to depart on schedule at 8:14 am central time Kazakhtan from the Baikonur launch space mission in Kazakhtan.

It is the lead astronaut Aeronautics and Space Administration of America (NASA), and Burbank and two Russian cosmonauts, Anton and Anatoly Ivanishin Shkaplerov and is expected to dock at the ISS on Saturday.

They will be at the ISS, which was built at a cost of U.S. $ 100 billion (RM313.4 billion) until March next year to replace the three astronauts who now works at the space station.

The astronauts are scheduled to return to Earth on 21 November.

The launch was postponed for two months follow-up of a cargo spacecraft that crashed in August. - Agency


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