Russian Aerospace Group said on the 14th that the agency successfully carried the “Union MS-12” spacecraft carrying three astronauts into the orbit.
The Russian Aerospace Group website announced on the same day that at 22:14 on the 14th Moscow time (3:14 on the 15th Beijing time), the “Union MS-12” manned spacecraft was worshipped by the “Alliance-FG” carrier rocket from Kazakhstan. The Konur launch site was launched. At present, the spacecraft has successfully entered the scheduled orbit and will dock with the International Space Station after 6 hours of flight.
The spacecraft to the International Space Station is Russian astronaut Alexei Ovchinin and American astronauts Nick Hague and Christina Koch. They plan to stay on the space station for 204 days, during which they will conduct 59 experiments and spacewalks in the fields of medicine and biology.