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A Russian launch vehicle has failed to reach the International Space Station and the Russian Federal Space Agency has confirmed that no space station crew has been placed aboard.
The Soyuz TMA-17M rocket carrying the Soyuz 9-11 spacecraft, which carried the first of the two Russian Soyuz capsules to orbit, failed to lift off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Tuesday.
The failure was reported by the Russian state news agency RIA Novosti, quoting an unidentified source.
It was the first time a Soyuz spacecraft has failed in its mission.
The rocket has been sent to the Baikyinok Cosmodrometeorological Satellite Launch Centre in Kazakhstan, where it is expected to be put into orbit.
A US space agency has been trying to secure a crew for the station for about two years, with no progress.
A Soyuz crew is meant to be sent to a space laboratory on board a Soyos-9 rocket.
The crew would then spend six months in space before returning to Earth.
The first Soyuz flight in 2018 was successful, and two of the three launches in 2019 and 2020 were also successful.
The second Soyuz launch in 2020 was unsuccessful.
There was also an attempt in 2024 but the mission was delayed by a few months because of the Fukushima disaster.
Russia has been working to build a space lab, with the goal of placing people in orbit and sending a crew back to Earth by 2024.
There has also been speculation about a US space station, but the White House has dismissed such a mission as unrealistic.
The US has also launched two satellites into orbit, the Global Positioning System (GPS) and Global Lidar, in the past year.