Attempt No. 2: “Soyuz MS-14” with a robot on Board successfully docked to the ISS

Попытка №2: "Союз МС-14" с роботом на борту успешно пристыковался к МКС

Manned spacecraft “Soyuz MS-14” on Board which is a Russian robot “Fedor” (Skybot F-850), docked Tuesday in the automatic mode to the instrument compartment of service module Zvezda of the International space station.

The live broadcast of the conduct of the docking maneuver was conducted by NASA.

Docking took place a few minutes before the scheduled time of 6:08 in Kiev. It was originally planned to maneuver in 6:12.

The first attempt of docking with the station took place on August 24 at 8:31 in Kiev. However, the maneuver did not succeed. All because of “Soyuz MS-14” was unable to dock to a small research module Poisk (MIM-2).

Попытка №2: "Союз МС-14" с роботом на борту успешно пристыковался к МКС

The process of docking of spacecraft “Soyuz MS-14” from the ISS

On Board the spacecraft “Soyuz MS-14” is a humanoid robot is “Fedor”. In the near future work transportyou to the station, where it will increase the ISS crew from six to seven members.

The main zadachey work Skybot F-850 – transmission, telemetry, determination of parameters related to safety of flight, including overloads, conducting experiments to test the copy mode of action work, which is useful for work on the ISS.

To return the work to the Ground plan of 7 September.

Попытка №2: "Союз МС-14" с роботом на борту успешно пристыковался к МКС

The current configuration of the ISS after docking with the spacecraft “Soyuz MS-14”

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