This is what it's like to survive a rocket failure

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Nick Hague is back on Earth, but he doesn’t want to be. 

Last week, the NASA astronaut was expected to fly to the International Space Station for a months-long stay in orbit that would be his first mission to space. 

But things didn’t go according to plan. 

On Thursday, not long after the launch of Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin’s Soyuz rocket to the station, something went wrong. 

While it’s still unclear exactly what happened, the Soyuz automatically aborted the mission, sending the capsule carrying the two crew members on an extreme ride back to Earth without ever making it to the station. Read more…

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This is what it's like to survive a rocket failure