Moscow: Soyuz, the Russian first robot to take off, failed to land at the International Space Station (ISS) on Saturday.

This will try again on Monday (Dec. 26) to land the Russian man on the ISS. The Russian astronaut, Soyuz MS-14, flew to the International Space Station in Kazakhstan on Thursday morning with a robot named ‘Fyodor’.

Russian launched first robot Fyodor
Russian launched first robot Fyodor

The ship was supposed to reach ISS on Saturday. However, due to an automatic system breakdown, Soyuz Yan could not land on the ISS. According to Russian news agencies, it was unable to land on the ISS even though it reached just 96 meters from the ISS due to defects in the automatic system of the Soyuz SS-14. According to Russian Flight Control Center officials, efforts are being made to land Soyuz on the ISS again on Monday morning. Significantly, Soyuz operates the ship’s astronauts to the ISS.

Soyuz, the Russian Spacecraft
Soyuz, the Russian Spacecraft

But at this time, he had left without human beings to investigate the emergency rescue system. The “Fyodor” robot was mounted on the pilot seat of Soyuz. He also had a Russian flag in his hand. The height of this robot is five feet 11 inches and weighs 160 kg.

Writer: Himani Ranade

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