the UNITED states wants to send astronauts to The International Space station above to get the help of Russia.
An american space capsule with a testdukke by the name of Rosie on board on Friday sent to The International Space station, ISS.
It also reaffirms the team at Cape Canaveral in Florida, where opsendingen happens.
Opsendingen happened before sunrise Friday morning at 6.36 local time - 12.36 Danish time - with an Atlas V rocket. About a quarter of an hour after opsendingen was rumkapslen disconnected from the rocket.
Although rumkapslen getting off, so is that already shortly after the opsendingen reports of problems. It is supposedly the procedure to send the rumkapslen in circuits that have not gone as planned.
How does it sound on Twitter from Boeing, who is behind the rumkapslen.
It is a Boeing Starliner-space capsule, which on Friday were sent out on a scheduled eight-day-long testtur to the ISS and back to Earth.
the Ambition is, however, that in the future, will be able to bring american astronauts to and from the space station. Today, americans are dependent on the Russian Soyuz vessel, when they must send the astronauts blast off.
There is space for seven astronauts in the rumkapslen.
Testdukken Rosie is clad in a bandana in the style of Rosie the Riveter, as it also is named after. Rosie the Riveter was the star of a campaign during the Second world War, it had to recruit women to the firearms plants.
On a poster she was then wearing the rødhvide bandana, and blue overalls, while she bent his one arm and a speech bubble saying "We Can Do It!".
Testdukken is during the trip to the ISS wearing a number of sensors. They will detect whether the trip will also be safe for people to implement.
After the plan arrives Starliner-rumkapslen to the ISS on Saturday and return to Earth the 28. december.
/ritzau/ReutersUpdated Date: 20 December 2019, 16:01