It's been a number of months since the failed Soyuz launch derailed plans for astronaut Nick Hague and cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin to head to the International Space Station, but they finally made it to their original destination.
McClain, Saint-Jacques and Kononenko are scheduled to return to Earth in June, while Hague, Koch and Ovchinin remain onboard the space station until early fall.
The trio were joining American Anne McClain, Russian Oleg Kononenko, and Canadian David Saint-Jacques, who are now on board the ISS.
This marks the third flight into space for Ovchinin, the second for Hague, and the first for NASA astronaut Koch.
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NASA astronauts Vande Hei and crewmate Scott Tingle ventured outside the International Space Station to perform maintenance on the station's Canadarm2 robotic arm during a seven-hour and 24-minute spacewalk.
The problem that prevented Hague and Ovchinin from reaching the ISS seems to have been fixed, as no incidents were reported since.
On Board the ship was the Russian Alexey Ovchinin Americans Nick Hague and Christine cook. The system detached a capsule with the crew from the rocket and sent it back down to the ground on a severe ballistic trajectory. On March 29, Koch, together with another ISS crew member Anne McClain, who arrived at the ISS on December 3 previous year, will perform the first-ever all-female spacewalk.
This, five months after the failed launch that carried two passengers.
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The new mission, Expedition 59, officially began for the crew at the time of docking.
NASA TV plans to broadcast the launch live - you can watch it via the YouTube feed below starting at 2 p.m. ET.
The International Space Station - a rare area of cooperation between Moscow and Washington - has been orbiting the Earth at roughly 28,000 kilometres per hour since 1998.
Ovchinin and Kononenko are planning to go into space on may 29, and NASA astronauts 22 and 29 March and 8 April. "An engineer's dream come true".
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