For the first time in 20 years, a Russian astronaut flew from America to the international space station.
With them, one Japanese astronaut and two NASA astronauts left for the ISS through the Space X spacecraft.
The American astronaut flew on a Russian Soyuz rocket two weeks ago, and instead of that, he took a Russian woman to the ISS.
केप कनेवरल. For the first time in 20 years, a Russian astronaut flew to the International Space Station from America. Despite the strained relations between the two countries due to the Ukraine crisis, a Russian astronaut left for the International Space Station (ISS) with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Japanese astronauts.
Before this, the flight of the rocket of the Space-X company was postponed due to the storm ‘Ian’ in the state of Florida in the United States. की एस प्रभाष्ट में हुम हुम के सामान को साभी के लिये है सा रोशन करेंग.’
Col. Nicole Mann of the US Navy, Captain Josh Cassada and Russia’s only female astronaut Anna Kikina left for the International Space Station with Koichi Wakata. इनका यह मिस्टिन पुंच मेहास तक चलेगा. All astronauts will reach the space station on Thursday.
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It’s important to note that the American astronaut Frank Rubio flew to space two weeks ago from Kazakhstan on a Soyuz rocket.
FIRST PUBLISHED : October 05, 2022, 23:17 IST