Space: Second attempt: Three spacemen arrived at the ISS
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Baikonur (dpa) - In the second attempt, the two spacemen Alexei Ovchinin and Nick Hague have successfully arrived at the International Space Station ISS. Together with the US-American Christina Koch her Soyuz rocket lifted as scheduled from the Russian spaceport Baikonur in Kazakhstan. In mid-October, there had been a momentous false start in Baikonur. On board the Soyuz rocket were the Russian Ovchenin and his US colleague Hague, but they were able to escape unhurt. The launcher had shut down 119 seconds after launch due to technical issues.