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L’équipage du vaisseau spatial Soyouz MS-17, les Russes Sergueï Ryjikov et Sergueï Kud-Svertchkov et l’Américaine Kathleen Rubins, veut devenir le premier vaisseau spatial habité à atteindre la Station spatiale internationale (ISS) en un temps record de trois heures et sept minutes.
La navette spatiale veut établir un nouveau record. Le vaisseau est parti à l’heure prévue, à 5h45 GMT, depuis le cosmodrome de Baïkonour, in Kazakhstan. Il doit s’amarrer à l’ISS à 8h52, is 3 hours and 7 minutes seulement après son lancement.
Pendant son voyage vers l’ISS, le vaisseau ne fera que deux fois le tour de la Terre. Il est prévu que l’équipage reste dans l’espace 177 days, until 9 avril 2021.
Parmi les records établis lors des voyages spatiaux habités, le plus rapide a été celui du vaisseau Soyouz MS-06 qui a atteint l’ISS en 5 hours and 38 minutes en septembre 2017.
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