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Soyuz MS-13 rebooted on the ISS, freeing up space for a ship with a robot

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The docking of the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft with the FEDOR robot on board to the ISS will be made on Tuesday. The ship will be docked to the Zvezda service module, where another spacecraft, Soyuz MS-13, was previously docked.


Soyuz MS-13 rebooted on the ISS, freeing up space for a ship with a robot


The ISS released the docking station of the Zvezda service module, to which the Soyuz MS-13 manned spacecraft had previously been docked. The Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov manually re-docked the ship at the docking station of the small research module "Search", thereby freeing up space for the ship with the robot.

Together with Skvortsov, the Italian Luca Parmitano and the American Andrew Morgan took part in the maneuver. The crew worked in safety suits for safety reasons. The re-docking of the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft with the ISS is scheduled for Tuesday at 6: 12 Moscow time. time.

As previously reported, the Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft arrived on Saturday to the ISS with the FEDOR robot on board could not dock to the station. The reason for the unsuccessful docking was a problem with the amplifier of the Kurs automatic docking system located on board the ISS. Currently, the ship is withdrawn from the station to a safe distance.

Recall that the Soyuz-2.1 launch vehicle with the Soyuz MS-14 manned spacecraft launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on Wednesday morning. On board the ship is an android-type robot FEDOR, which, after being delivered to the ISS, must take part in a series of experiments that will last two weeks. The docking of the ship with the station was planned in automatic mode.
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  1. To be or not to be
    To be or not to be 26 August 2019 09: 41
    +15
    Come on, Fedya - don't let me down !!!
    Soyuz MS-14 with the FEDOR robot ..!
    Question = That there weren’t enough Russian letters or ..?
    1. svp67
      svp67 26 August 2019 09: 45
      +5
      Quote: To be or not to be
      That there weren’t enough Russian letters or ..?

      "or" ... is an abbreviation
      Quote: To be or not to be
      Come on, Fedya - don't let me down !!!
      I will hold my fists for him ...
      1. Shurik70
        Shurik70 26 August 2019 12: 54
        +4
        Quote: svp67
        Quote: To be or not to be
        That there weren’t enough Russian letters or ..?

        "or" ... is an abbreviation

        English abbreviation.
        Spit on the bald man who claimed the name.
    2. Loess
      Loess 26 August 2019 09: 46
      +3
      Quote: To be or not to be
      Question = That there weren’t enough Russian letters or ..?

      This is not to scare the "partners" once again. And then they have recently been some kind of cold-hearted, almost immediately, then sanctions, then the Russian threat, then interference in the elections ... Boredom in one word.
    3. kpd
      kpd 26 August 2019 09: 48
      +15
      In Russian, it will be OEDOI :)

      FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research) = final experimental demonstration research object
      1. Vladimir16
        Vladimir16 26 August 2019 09: 58
        +7
        Quote: kpd
        FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research) = final experimental demonstration research object

        Tightened by the ears.
        You even replaced the final word with the final one. In this case, just speak and live in Russian.
        I understand that it’s not you personally, but the one who pulled these ears.
        It turns out here we read, we don’t read that. Then they wrapped the fish.

        With the same success you can "decipher" any other "abbreviation".

        Yes, and what kind of soap, even in English decoding, is the final experimental demonstration object of research.
        This can be applied to anything. At least to the robot, even to the experimental mice.

        So that mess is full with the name. As they say, and sit on a lump and eat a bagel.

        Type in English, but it looks like a Russian name. (or Greek, who likes it, although I met few Greeks with the name Fedya)
        1. kpd
          kpd 26 August 2019 10: 01
          +4
          Well, I won’t be surprised that in our papers this product passes under a long alphanumeric index and its name is military secret.
          So this is just a name for English speakers and a pun for Russian speakers.
          1. Vladimir16
            Vladimir16 26 August 2019 10: 06
            +9
            Here I am about that. First, for Americans, and then about compatriots remember.
            This is not Korolev with your SATELLITE.
            The current Russian language is a burden.
            Maybe that's why they stomp on the spot? winked
            1. Nikas Porechenkov
              Nikas Porechenkov 27 August 2019 02: 40
              0
              Well no! Just the Russian Orthodox Church did not properly consecrate the rocket! So he did not dock.
          2. Starover_Z
            Starover_Z 26 August 2019 12: 32
            0
            Quote: kpd
            Well, I won’t be surprised that in our papers this product passes under a long alphanumeric index and its name is military secret.

            Type T-1000 wink ? lol
        2. Piramidon
          Piramidon 26 August 2019 10: 10
          0
          Quote: Vladimir16
          few I met the Greeks with the name Fedya

          And with the name of Theodoros?
          1. Vladimir16
            Vladimir16 26 August 2019 10: 14
            -1
            Pyramidon, so Fedya or Theodoros?
            Theodore or Fedor?
            What is the name of this android?

            Zakos under the Russian name or Greek?

            You now understand that in Russia Fedya, and the Greeks are somewhat different.
            Ivan is still Russian, and John is an Englishman or a mattress at worst. wink
            1. Piramidon
              Piramidon 26 August 2019 13: 05
              0
              [quote = Vladimir16] so Fedya or Feodoros?
              Theodore or Fedor?
              Well, a little search, not fate?
              [quote] The name Fyodor of Greek origin, the modern form of the name Theodoros (Theodoros) ... The name Fyodor (Theodor) is considered Christian, since it was used as a personal name among the first Christians. But in fact, the name Theodore was, for example, the ancient Greek mathematician Theodore of Cyrene, who lived in the late fifth - early sixth centuries BC. The name of Fedor was carried by many monarchs and spiritual leaders. [/ Quote]
              And you gave him the name Fedya, initially he was FEDOR.
        3. To be or not to be
          To be or not to be 26 August 2019 11: 42
          0
          ..research object .. wink
          What the exam has brought ..
      2. Rzzz
        Rzzz 26 August 2019 14: 42
        +1
        The word "Final" may well be used in Russian. And instead of "research" say "development". The result is "FEDOR".
    4. Civil
      Civil 26 August 2019 09: 59
      +3


      Well, why not remember the Soviet robot Fedya)
    5. Cry
      Cry 26 August 2019 10: 01
      +1
      What is not pleasing to you? After all, they gained new knowledge and experience of docking for free.
    6. AU Ivanov.
      AU Ivanov. 26 August 2019 10: 36
      +1
      Well, let's say that Toyota does not write the name of its company in hieroglyphs either. There, at the station, wild people, not trained in Cyrillic, may not read it. Especially the letter "F" which is generally a mystery to them.
      1. Avior
        Avior 26 August 2019 12: 10
        0
        Yes, Toyota is remembered in Japanese - nothing to do
        Toyota

        smile
      2. Max otto
        Max otto 26 August 2019 13: 43
        +1
        Quote: AU Ivanov.
        Well, let's say that Toyota does not write the name of its company in hieroglyphs either. There, at the station, wild people, not trained in Cyrillic, may not read it. Especially the letter "F" which is generally a mystery to them.

        Everyone who flies to the ISS knows the Russian language and naturally its alphabet. It is necessary.
      3. Blackmokona
        Blackmokona 26 August 2019 14: 34
        +1
        Everyone speaks Russian on the ISS
    7. iouris
      iouris 26 August 2019 16: 45
      0
      The states launched a lesbian on the ISS, the Russian Federation - a robot. If only he had not committed crimes in space.
  2. Fedor Sokolov
    Fedor Sokolov 26 August 2019 09: 46
    +3
    May God grant that everything will work out, the country needs new achievements.
  3. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 26 August 2019 09: 48
    +2
    Good luck, Fedya!
    1. Dietmar
      Dietmar 26 August 2019 10: 00
      +3
      Fedya is out of work at docking, he has not yet been trained in this. The defining word "YET".
  4. rocket757
    rocket757 26 August 2019 09: 55
    0
    Too business!
    But the chase \ saddle TESLA would be funnier.
  5. Cry
    Cry 26 August 2019 09: 58
    0
    FEDOR received the order "Fedya must, must". As a result, the Italian and the American acquired a new, unplanned experience, and for free.
  6. Angrybeard
    Angrybeard 26 August 2019 10: 00
    +2
    And what technical problems were telecontrols added to as Progress here? For astronauts, it may not be necessary, but for this case it is very necessary. It’s possible to drown a robot, but it’s Rogozin’s next thing I’m afraid to send, check the automation, because there are so many oddities and defects in the industry ..
    1. engineer74
      engineer74 26 August 2019 10: 33
      0
      Actually, it is in itself strange that he went to the Soyuz ... recourse Or have our AI technologies advanced so much that the robot refused to climb into Progress?
      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 26 August 2019 10: 39
        +11
        Fedora - in Progress ???
        How is the load? stop
        His AI will boil from such humiliation.
        According to reports from the Soyuz, Fedor is generally calm. Only sometimes nervously rubs his hands. It happens that the right hand reaches out to the place where the blaster holster was.
        1. igorbrsv
          igorbrsv 26 August 2019 12: 25
          0
          He just has a drill in his left
          1. voyaka uh
            voyaka uh 26 August 2019 12: 46
            +7
            Drill - a crazy American astronaut, who literally riddled the station. wassat
            They did not keep up with her to run and plug holes in the sealant.
            That is why the Russian cosmonauts asked to send a well-aimed Fedor to stop this thriller "Drill".
            1. slipped
              slipped 26 August 2019 15: 03
              +2
              Quote: voyaka uh
              That is why the Russian cosmonauts asked to send a well-aimed Fedor to stop this thriller "Drill".


              You better see what the Americans on the moon are preparing for:



              http://images.vfl.ru/ii/1566769583/a893575f/27657871.gif

              Fedor then, not just learned to shoot. laughing
  7. Evil echo
    Evil echo 26 August 2019 10: 07
    +3
    The path of Fedor to the stars is thorny and incredibly difficult. I wish success to our astronauts and ground support services.
  8. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 26 August 2019 10: 27
    +3
    They came up with a great idea ... Repairing complex equipment in orbit is a process with many unknowns. And then he was left under a manual docking, and released under a tested machine ...
  9. Avior
    Avior 26 August 2019 10: 29
    0
    The logical decision.
    The Union can’t dock when managing from the station, Fedor has filled up the service and doesn’t want to park, smile , it remains to release the serviceable docking station in manual mode from the Union itself.
    But what about the fuel? Will it be enough for the MS-13 to land now and is it possible for the Union to refuel in orbit, if that?
    1. Paranoid50
      Paranoid50 26 August 2019 21: 26
      +1
      Quote: Avior
      Fedor has filled up the service and doesn’t want to park,

      He, apparently, still drives with the letter "U" on the glass, knows how to park badly, so the cosmo-astronauts, as polite owners, rearranged the Soyuz. yes I would not be surprised if a note appears on the window from inside: "If my ship is interfering with you, my contact is: ***********". laughing
      1. Avior
        Avior 26 August 2019 23: 13
        0
        Yes, we got excited, for a beginner, an old gouging had to be bought to learn, and right away he would be in a brand new spaceship .... smile
  10. yehat
    yehat 26 August 2019 11: 02
    0
    Quote: To be or not to be
    Come on, Fedya - don't let me down !!!
    Soyuz MS-14 with the FEDOR robot ..!
    Question = That there weren’t enough Russian letters or ..?

    experts say that fedor configuration robots in orbit are not needed - other devices are needed,
    more specialized, compact and ergonomic. And they have long been used, for example, external manipulators.
    1. Mestny
      Mestny 26 August 2019 11: 16
      +1
      Ага.
      I saw these "specialists" on the Internet. On YouTube. Type uchOny sits and pushes something like this - the Putin regime taught this robot to shoot a pistol. Why is a killer robot in orbit?
      1. yehat
        yehat 26 August 2019 11: 18
        -1
        in fact, these are people who have made robots and other devices for space for many years.
        I do not listen to others.
        1. Mestny
          Mestny 26 August 2019 11: 23
          0
          Yes, I'm not talking about them.
          About real fakes. True, there are clowns, like a whole channel. Host, guest scientist, everything is as it should be. But at the same time they carry pseudo-scientific nonsense at the level of a teenager from a rally. You start looking for this "scientist" on the net - there is no such, not even a mention.
          But about Putin’s cutting mode, be healthy.

          But real experts, they are different. Each has its own direction.
          It is necessary to understand that FEDOR is an anthropomorphic platform for testing technologies of control algorithms, structural elements and building AI.
          Platform for experiments. And in this case, it will be tested outside the station.
          1. donavi49
            donavi49 26 August 2019 11: 57
            +2
            Well, it’s more likely that the Americans are catching up with Robonaft. But they were disappointed a little, or rather, make their own project M for the exploration of the moon. Already on a different architecture.

            Here is the old Robonaft on the ISS - unlike Fedor it is equipped with a removable bottom, it can work from the pedestal or from the feet, and it can be expanded up to 275cm.



            However, the current generation of internal robots is more of a small office equipment. For example, astro bees - which monitor, record and constantly shoot. Removing a few% load from the crew. Here is an astrophe and the first space criminal laughing am


            Well, plus, various robots are friends, teambuilders, companions, mood generators.


            However, the most functional and useful external stationary devices, robot arms and precise manipulators (they also brought a satellite gun to Zingus - this is also a robot = so to speak = which allows you to remotely drop cubes at a selected time, place and direction).


            In the current and next several generations - this is a really applicable peak.
            1. ALEX_SHTURMAN
              ALEX_SHTURMAN 26 August 2019 13: 28
              +1
              Anthropomorphic Robot on the ISS, why is it needed there? There are people for intra-ship activity, but for outside ship activity it is not at all suitable, since it loses in functionality to Dexter. Unfortunately Continuous PR, another toy of Dmitry Olegovich Robot Fedor.
              1. igorbrsv
                igorbrsv 27 August 2019 07: 16
                0
                An astronaut in orbit is more expensive than "Uncle Fedor". Doesn't ask for food. No air needed. Will die will be repaired. Later
                1. ALEX_SHTURMAN
                  ALEX_SHTURMAN 27 August 2019 12: 08
                  0
                  We need a functional robot, You see, not Uncle Styopa, Fedor, Aunt Masha. Hand manipulator such as Dextor or Kanadarm, ask the Cosmonauts what is more useful to them, an incomprehensible shit that weighs like two astronauts and is controlled again through the operator, or a manipulator with a bunch of functions on the outside of the station. It has already taken 3 billion rubles to develop it, but for the money the module could be built new, not like a manipulator.
                  1. igorbrsv
                    igorbrsv 27 August 2019 14: 01
                    0
                    "The war plan will show." An anthropomorphic robot brought to mind, albeit without AI, but with the function of learning and autonomous work, could be useful. Astronauts can say what they need at the moment, but about what they have not encountered request
                    In general, I have my own opinion. As he is now, he is certainly a burden. So let the constructor "grind"
            2. yehat
              yehat 27 August 2019 14: 19
              0
              It seems to me that robots similar to Fedor (analogues of robotic surgeons) can be used as remote control from the ground. It is possible to carry out work without increasing life support, as for a large crew. That's just AI nafig fell in this case.
              1. donavi49
                donavi49 27 August 2019 14: 45
                0
                From the ground, a delay will already be affected so-and-so. That is, especially delicate work can not be done. Plus the risk of losing everything - due to a disconnection, abnormal work. For example, what kind of thread will go in the way - he will cut the module to loop the command.
  11. yehat
    yehat 26 August 2019 11: 36
    -2
    Quote: Mestny
    It is necessary to understand that FEDOR is an anthropomorphic platform for testing technologies of control algorithms, structural elements and building AI.

    So I very much doubt that there will be some kind of real work-out, especially since it can be carried out with the same success at a stand simulating weightlessness at the Institute of Robotics in St. Petersburg and, by the way, it is idle without work.
    1. igorbrsv
      igorbrsv 27 August 2019 14: 03
      0
      Probably already done request . Now the stage is in real conditions. They are not dumber than you and me.
      What is there to doubt. He pushed it through the gateway for a couple of days. It spawns, which means it is well protected from radiation. Go to the next step. wassat
  12. yehat
    yehat 27 August 2019 14: 15
    0
    Quote: igorbrsv
    They are not dumber than you and me.

    I will not argue who is dumber
    I’m drowning about something else - that these are not the goals of scientific research pursued, but banal advertising and PR
    like a mask machine in space.
  13. yehat
    yehat 27 August 2019 14: 54
    0
    Quote: igorbrsv
    What is there to doubt. He pushed it through the gateway for a couple of days. It spawns, which means it is well protected from radiation. Go to the next step.

    not so simple. the fragility of the metal changes, joint mobility, temperature for work