[ExI] commie spacecraft landing
spike66 at att.net
Wed Dec 1 21:29:04 UTC 2010
Check this. Cool slides showing how the commies do their space engineering.
Their system works and its immensely more cost effective than the way we do
it. Of course the system we have (used to have) had a lot more flexibility,
and was waaay more high tech. Unfortunately, we can't afford it anymore.
These photos are those of which you will never see in the US newspapers or
probably anywhere else in the USA. A Soyuz capsule carrying Russians
Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Korniyenko, and NASA's Tracy Caldwell Dyson
came back to Earth September 25, 2010 from the International Space Station
and landed safely in Kazakhstan, a day after an initial attempt to return
was aborted after latches holding the Soyuz TMA-18 craft to the orbital
station failed to open.
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