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‘I see your rocket from space!’ Russian ISS cosmonaut waves by way of Twitter to crew anticipated to arrive on fastest-ever Soyuz flight

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Ivan Vagner, a member of the Expedition 63 crew aboard the International Space Station, has tweeted a high-altitude shot of the flight-ready Soyuz rocket which is about to ship a crew of three into area on Wednesday. Vagner, who has spent months on board the International Space Station, was in a position to spot the Soyuz spacecraft on a launching pad on the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, hours earlier than it is because of elevate off and carry Russian cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov, plus NASA astronaut Kathleen Rubins, to the International Space Station (ISS).“Hey, @KudSverchkov – I see your rocket from space!” Vagner tweeted from the ISS, importing a high-altitude picture of the cosmodrome surrounded by Kazakhstan’s steppes.The ISS cosmonaut mentioned members of the present Expedition 63 are getting ready to welcome “two Sergeys and Kate here” on Wednesday morning.On Sunday, Russian area company Roscosmos revealed photos of the Soyuz-2.1a rocket and the Soyuz MS-17 crew ship being towed out of the meeting corridor at Baikonur. The engineers have positioned the rocket on a launching pad, commencing ultimate checks of all techniques.The inbound reinforcement crew will use an expedited trajectory to reach the station. Normally, manned missions’ flight plans embody 4 orbits earlier than docking to the ISS, which takes roughly six hours after liftoff.This time, nevertheless, the Soyuz MS-17 capsule carrying the trio will make simply two orbits and arrive for a rendezvous with the area station in slightly over three hours. Also on Faster than a Moscow-London flight! Russian Soyuz prepares QUICKEST-EVER crewed journey to International Space Station (PHOTOS) Like this story? Share it with a pal!

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