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The broadcast of the launch to the ISS and the docking of the fastest manned spacecraft has been published

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Russian cosmonaut Ivan Wagner this morning took a photo of the launch from Baikonur of the Soyuz 2.1a rocket, which will deliver the Soyuz MS-17 manned spacecraft to the International Space Station. The survey was conducted from the ISS.


This news agency reported Interfax... The astronaut posted the photos on his Twitter page.



Ivan Wagner congratulated Favorov (call sign of the spacecraft crew members) on a successful launch:

Favorites, congratulations on a successful launch! The rocket flight from space looks even cooler than from the Earth!

On board the ship are two Russian cosmonauts and Kathleen Rubins from the United States. They will replace Ivan Wagner, Anatoly Ivanishin and Chris Cassidy, who are now on the International Space Station.

The rocket was launched today at 8.45 Moscow time. For the first time, a short two-turn trajectory was chosen for the flight, which should take a little more than three hours. This is an absolute record for the ISS flight speed. Spacecraft usually take about six hours to do this.


Prior to this, the Progress cargo spacecraft reached the station along a two-turn trajectory. In particular, he holds the previous record for the speed of delivery to the ISS, which was 3 hours 18 minutes.

At the moment it is known that the flight to the ISS for the first time in stories took only three hours.

Photos used:
Astronaut Ivan Wagner's Twitter, Roscosmos
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  1. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 14 October 2020 13: 22
    -1
    a little over three hours
    And rightly so!
    "And the counter - click and click, - all the same
    At the end of the journey you will have to pay off "...
    V. Vysotsky
    1. Livonetc
      Livonetc 14 October 2020 13: 28
      +9
      For the delivery of an American lady?

      Kathleen Hallisay Rubins
      Specialty microbiologist
      1. Mityay65
        Mityay65 14 October 2020 13: 38
        -1
        Cute love (For the astronaut, of course)
        Where are our ladies? Why can't we see them in orbit?
        This strange discrimination, despite the fact that the first woman in space is ours, is puzzling.
        P / S / And the first black man in space is also ours and not American!
        Cosmonaut of Cuba Arnaldo Tamayo Mendes.
        1. Reviews
          Reviews 14 October 2020 13: 48
          0
          Quote: Mityai65
          Cute love (For the astronaut, of course)


          For me, the cutest astronaut is Anna Lee Fisher from TFNG.



        2. slipped
          slipped 14 October 2020 15: 00
          10
          Quote: Mityai65
          Where are our ladies? Why can't we see them in orbit?


          It will fly in 2022. It has been waiting for a long time.

        3. orionvitt
          orionvitt 14 October 2020 16: 03
          +4
          Quote: Mityai65
          Where are our ladies? Why can't we see them in orbit?

          Because, in Russia, for the time being, everyone's heads are in place and they are not chasing cheap PR. Astronauts are selected solely for their professional skills, and not for gender or nationality. Women, this is great, no doubt, but everyone should mind their own business.
          despite the fact that the first woman in space is ours
          Everyone knows perfectly well that Tereshkova, it was an exclusively political PR project, and had a very distant relationship to real space research. As well as all the "first Vietnamese", "first Mongolian", "first Angolan" and other "first". They took them into space as tourists, for political reasons. The main thing is that, as in that joke, "you didn't touch anything with your hands." laughing
          1. Mityay65
            Mityay65 14 October 2020 22: 55
            -1
            This is sho for not understanding?
            The cry-protest of the unfortunate man who is being driven from the kitchen and whose wife has ceased to take it seriously !? wassat
            Summons from half boulders?
            We're stobie, bro! Hang on as long as you can! We will not come to the rescue ...
        4. eklmn
          eklmn 14 October 2020 19: 32
          +2
          “Where are our ladies? Why can't we see them in orbit?
          This strange discrimination, despite the fact that the first woman in space is ours, is puzzling. "
          The time has come when not pilots, but scientists should fly to the station. Find and select among young Russian female scientists with good health and send them to the ISS. And if Russia has not yet found such, then there are options:
          a) there are no young female scientists;
          b) they are, but they are not suitable for health reasons;
          c) there are young women scientists with good health, but the scientific program of their subject does not correspond to the world one.
          So the reason is either one or all at once.

          Kate Rubins learned to be an astronaut. And in life she is a scientist.
          "She earned her Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology from the University of California, San Diego and her BS in Cancer Biology from the Department of Biochemistry at Stanford University School of Medicine and the Department of Microbiology and Immunology."
          This is her second flight to the ISS.
          1. orionvitt
            orionvitt 15 October 2020 16: 58
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            Quote: eklmn
            The time has come when not pilots, but scientists should fly to the station.

            Do not indulge yourself with illusions. Space has always been evaluated primarily, exclusively from a military point of view. Therefore, they flew there, mainly pilots, and, moreover, the military. In the second place are engineers (where can we go without them), and only then, in the third place, are scientists. All this talk about "peaceful space" for suckers and liberadrils. As long as there is competition and disagreement between states and nations in the world, space will never be peaceful.
        5. Split
          Split 14 October 2020 19: 49
          -1
          Pretty love (For an astronaut, of course)

          More terrible, only the Finnish national ski team (c) IMNIP Zadornov
      2. Piramidon
        Piramidon 14 October 2020 13: 39
        10
        Quote: Livonetc
        Kathleen Hallisay Rubins
        Specialty microbiologist

        The main thing is that she does not know how to work with a drill. In addition to the microscope, do not give anything in your hands. laughing
        1. Well done
          Well done 14 October 2020 13: 59
          11
          That's for sure. And do not let her near the toilet, otherwise they broke everything, now they have taken up ours.
        2. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 14 October 2020 14: 12
          +1
          Quote: Piramidon
          In addition to the microscope, do not give anything to your hands.

          And tie a hammer nearby.
        3. military_cat
          military_cat 14 October 2020 15: 15
          +1
          Quote: Piramidon
          The main thing is that she does not know how to work with a drill.

          Rogozin said in a recent interview that the hole in the Union was a "technological hole." That is, from his words, it turns out that it is provided there by technology, and even, in theory, there is somewhere in the drawings
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon 14 October 2020 15: 36
            -5
            Quote: military_cat
            Quote: Piramidon
            The main thing is that she does not know how to work with a drill.

            Rogozin said in a recent interview that the hole in the Union was a "technological hole." That is, from his words, it turns out that it is provided there by technology, and even, in theory, there is somewhere in the drawings

            As in that old joke, I don't remember literally, but something like this:
            We decided to check the reaction of pilots from different countries to the needle in the seat.
            Franuz swore, pulled the needle out of his ass and threw it away.
            The American pulled out the needle and sued the technician.
            The Russian pulled out the needle, looked at it and with the words - "hell knows, probably some kind of revision for modernization", stuck the needle back in the ass.
            1. vinschu
              vinschu 14 October 2020 15: 44
              +5
              No no. This is a revised anecdote about the cadets of the flight school of different years of study. Your version is not funny and meaningless. For my taste.
          2. Split
            Split 14 October 2020 19: 51
            -1
            Well, there are no girls in orbit, so a hole appeared, all according to technology! So, in order to avoid the appearance of such leaks, they sent them a feminine kerbal, so to speak
            Quote: military_cat

            Rogozin said in a recent interview that the hole in the Union was a "technological hole." That is, from his words, it turns out that it is provided there by technology, and even, in theory, there is somewhere in the drawings
        4. AVA77
          AVA77 14 October 2020 15: 23
          +1
          In skillful hands and a microscope, a hammer. winked
      3. keeper03
        keeper03 14 October 2020 14: 42
        0
        We still lacked this infection on the ISS !!! wassat am
      4. MKPU-115
        MKPU-115 14 October 2020 19: 06
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        Quote: Livonetc
        Kathleen Hallisay Rubins
        Specialty microbiologist

        Terrible like a nuclear war. wassat
    2. eklmn
      eklmn 14 October 2020 22: 56
      -2
      “At the end of the journey, we will have to pay off” ...
      And they paid off - for the last time!
      BBC article (Russian):
      “This Soyuz flight to the ISS is special. We explain why "
      https://www.bbc.com/russian/news-54546617
      “... this flight on the Soyuz could be the last for a NASA astronaut - the US space agency did not book a seat in the next Russian spacecraft.
      Since 2006, NASA has purchased 72 seats in Soyuz from Roscosmos, paying approximately $ 3,9 billion for this. The cost of a ticket to the ISS for Soyuz has since increased from $ 20 million to $ 90 million.
      .
      “At the best of times, [Roscosmos received] more for seven flights a year than the Russian Federation pays for the entire manned program. During this period, when we delivered the crews to the ISS, virtually the entire manned program, and this is not only flights, but also the maintenance of the station - the biggest article, and much more, all this was paid for at the expense of a seat on the Soyuz, - said the expert. Now this money will be compensated by expenses from the Russian budget. ”
  2. AVA77
    AVA77 14 October 2020 13: 24
    +6
    Good luck in orbit.
    Amused by the phrase, There are two Russian cosmonauts and Kathleen Rubins on board the ship. lol Hopefully all the drills and screwdrivers were hidden in advance. winked
    1. Lionnvrsk
      Lionnvrsk 14 October 2020 13: 29
      +6
      Quote: AVA77
      Hopefully all the drills were hidden in advance.

      PMC Wagner think why is on board? repeat
      1. AVA77
        AVA77 14 October 2020 13: 37
        0
        That the joke did not come to me? belay
        1. Lionnvrsk
          Lionnvrsk 14 October 2020 13: 40
          0
          Well, well, it happens! yes
        2. orionvitt
          orionvitt 14 October 2020 16: 08
          +1
          Quote: AVA77
          That the joke did not come to me?

          But Lukashenka came in. And so much that he disgraced himself like the last kid.
          1. AVA77
            AVA77 14 October 2020 17: 06
            0
            I believe that Lukashenka saw Wagner PMC on a potato field. smile I don’t believe my father found the Wagnerians on the ISS. No. It doesn’t stick like that from potatoes. wassat
      2. slipped
        slipped 14 October 2020 14: 52
        +7
        Private military cosmonaut Ivan Wagner? laughing Cool.
  3. Alien From
    Alien From 14 October 2020 13: 24
    +5
    Good luck to the guys! Space is a serious matter.
  4. Observer2014
    Observer2014 14 October 2020 13: 25
    -1
    ISS launch and docking broadcast published the fastest manned ship
    Thank you for at least in this way trying to draw attention to our achievements in space. To tell the truth, not the fastest. But the fastest at the moment capable of docking with the ISS. Well, that is. Not serious. Etc lol
    By the way, why don't you compete with the speed of docking to the ISS. Go ... There is a neutral field for competition.
    1. Observer2014
      Observer2014 14 October 2020 13: 42
      -3
      Quote: Observer2014
      ISS launch and docking broadcast published the fastest manned ship
      Thank you for at least in this way trying to draw attention to our achievements in space. To tell the truth, not the fastest. But the fastest at the moment capable of docking with the ISS. Well, that is. Not serious. Etc lol
      By the way, why don't you compete with the speed of docking to the ISS. Go ... There is a neutral field for competition.

      I suggest that all countries that participate in the ISS project organize the competition for the fastest docking after launch from Earth. For manned vehicles. And not inhabited in principle. And then divide it into groups and subgroups.
  5. Laksamana besar
    Laksamana besar 14 October 2020 13: 27
    +4
    It's good when there are no traffic jams, 3 hours and three minutes, and the ISS. wink
  6. donavi49
    donavi49 14 October 2020 13: 37
    0
    By the way, Ryzhikov, Sverchkov and Rubins will definitely not get bored, but will probably share the most trump beds, because again there will not be enough for everyone. In two weeks Hopkins, Glover, Shen Walker and Noguchi fly to them.


    In November, the Bishop module flies to them.



    Well, when, if Boeing does confirm the readiness of Starliner for the extended commission, then it will also accept Starliner.
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 14 October 2020 13: 58
      +2
      They will sleep at the station in turn. Or, who will win the card bunk. laughing
      1. sedoj
        sedoj 14 October 2020 16: 45
        +2
        Quote: voyaka uh
        They will sleep at the station in turn. Or, who will win the card bunk.

        You can sleep there and on the ceiling - the blanket will still not fall. Just what is the ceiling there?
        1. voyaka uh
          voyaka uh 14 October 2020 16: 57
          -1
          Right... good I didn't think about it wassat
    2. sgapich
      sgapich 14 October 2020 14: 28
      +6
      Quote: donavi49
      ... In November, the Bishop module flies to them ...

      So Bishop, like in "Aliens", the queen tore in half? wassat
    3. Mityay65
      Mityay65 14 October 2020 14: 55
      +4
      NASA pushed the flight to early - mid-November due to problems.
      And so it was planned on October 31 - just in time for the November 3 elections laughing
      Apparently, NASA did side with Biden in September lol
    4. slipped
      slipped 14 October 2020 14: 58
      +5
      Quote: donavi49
      By the way, Ryzhikov, Sverchkov and Rubins will definitely not get bored, but will probably share the most trump beds, because again there will not be enough for everyone.


      Ryzhikov and Kud-Sverchkov will have their own cabins in six days, since the previous crew has already landed on the 21st.

      Quote: donavi49
      In two weeks Hopkins, Glover, Shen Walker and Noguchi fly to them.


      Some of them will definitely sleep on the wall. laughing
      1. orionvitt
        orionvitt 14 October 2020 16: 13
        +1
        Quote: slipped
        Some of them will definitely sleep on the wall.

        They all sleep there on the "walls", and some even upside down. laughing And nothing, no one complains.
        1. slipped
          slipped 14 October 2020 17: 35
          +2
          Meant in the corridor
  7. Reviews
    Reviews 14 October 2020 13: 42
    -4
    the fastest manned ship

    Headline - Shoot ... The fastest manned spacecraft is the Apollo 8.
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  9. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 14 October 2020 13: 56
    +7
    Congratulations to Roscosmos on a successful and interesting (speed) launch. good
    1. slipped
      slipped 14 October 2020 15: 08
      12
      Quote: voyaka uh
      Congratulations to Roscosmos on a successful and interesting (speed) launch. good


      ISS configuration for today

      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 14 October 2020 15: 43
        0
        Thanks, interesting. drinks
  10. askort154
    askort154 14 October 2020 13: 59
    +1
    Ivan Wagner congratulated Favorov (call sign of the spacecraft crew members) on a successful launch:

    What a hot pie for Russophobes. The Russians themselves have confirmed that I am already throwing Wagnerians, even into Space.
    1. Reviews
      Reviews 14 October 2020 14: 08
      +3
      Quote: askort154
      Ivan Wagner congratulated Favorov (call sign of the spacecraft crew members) on a successful launch:

      What a hot pie for Russophobes. The Russians themselves have confirmed that I am already throwing Wagnerians, even into Space.

      Moreover, with the S-300 under his arm (the call sign was shortened, but it did not help).
  11. viktor_ui
    viktor_ui 14 October 2020 14: 08
    +6
    Good infa and smiled kindly, so that there is a joint high-speed flight under the patronage of Roscosmos ... ZEHR GUT drinks
  12. Van 16
    Van 16 14 October 2020 14: 33
    +8
    That's great. Astronauts have a successful flight and successful work, without any emergency.
    The top photo is especially cool.
    1. slipped
      slipped 14 October 2020 15: 29
      +5
      Quote: Van 16
      That's great. Astronauts have a successful flight and successful work, without any emergency.
      The top photo is especially cool.


      there Wagner has bigger

  13. da Vinci
    da Vinci 14 October 2020 14: 53
    -12 qualifying.
    Good luck in orbit !!!
    Spoils the impression of rotten PR: "the fastest manned spacecraft." Uh-huh, its speed is about 60 km / sec. There is nothing to brag about, there is (so far) something to be proud of, but why shame?
    1. slipped
      slipped 14 October 2020 15: 22
      12
      Quote: da Vinci
      Good luck in orbit !!!
      Spoils the impression of rotten PR: "the fastest manned spacecraft." Uh-huh, its speed is about 60 km / sec. There is nothing to brag about, there is (so far) something to be proud of, but why shame?


      Yeah. You have a rotten sketch. The fastest - in terms of the speed of transporting astronauts to the station. And the speed, it is 7,9 km per second, almost 8, not 60. lol At a speed of 60, they would have rushed to Pluto.
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  14. Archivist Vasya
    Archivist Vasya 14 October 2020 15: 23
    +4
    Congratulations on your new record !!! fellow drinks
    We got to the ISS faster than I went to the dacha on Fridays))))
  15. bolt
    bolt 14 October 2020 15: 25
    +2
    My congratulations to Roscosmos! Good luck and further!
    1. slipped
      slipped 14 October 2020 23: 10
      +3
      Quote: crashing
      My congratulations to Roscosmos! Good luck and further!


      Yes, the next Glonass satellite will be launched soon.
      1. Mityay65
        Mityay65 15 October 2020 12: 54
        0
        Congratulations on the 3000th comment! And all to the point and all useful! love
        1. slipped
          slipped 15 October 2020 14: 12
          +2
          Quote: Mityai65
          Congratulations on the 3000th comment! And all to the point and all useful! love


          Thank you, I don’t follow the number of my posts, I comment only if I think I know the topic better, but I read VO as a regular digest without professional analytics, mostly news feed.
  16. Mimino
    Mimino 15 October 2020 07: 40
    -1
    Another poor student. The fastest boat! How fast is it? Here, the main thing is not to overdo it, otherwise you can dial the 3rd space and ala-ulyu ... Or is it not a fast ship, but a delivery method?
  17. KJIETyc
    KJIETyc 15 October 2020 12: 31
    0
    Quote: Avis
    Quote: Mityai65
    Cute love (For the astronaut, of course)


    For me, the cutest astronaut is Anna Lee Fisher from TFNG.




    Elin Ripley is the best astronaut laughing
    1. Kuzmitsky
      19 October 2020 22: 39
      0
      Alien is also a good astronaut.