Russian Soyuz set out on the ISS at the start of the accident

The unmanned cargo-carrying rocket bounced into space on Friday at the first launch of the Russian Soyuz-FG rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan since the dramatic canceled start in October.

The missile began with the Progress MS-10 spacecraft at 18:14 GMT (00:14 local time) with supplies to the International Space Station (ISS).

Progress MS-10 is expected to 18.11. It will access the ISS, said the Russian space agency.

The last mission crew to the ISS was abruptly abridged on October 11 two minutes after the flight, when the Soyuz-FG missile failed, forced the Russian cosmonaut and the US astronaut to make an emergency landing.

The loss of the missile was caused by a sensor that was damaged during mounting on the Soviet spaceport in Baikonur, according to Russian investigators.

The first ISS crew from failure is due to begin at the beginning of December.

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