Russian Astronauts Board ISS in colors like the Ukrainian flag

Three Russian astronauts were launched to the International Space Station early Friday morning. A few hours later, their Soyuz spacecraft landed at the space station, and as they took off into orbit, they were dressed in striking airplanes in yellow and blue, similar to the colors of the Ukrainian flag.

The Russian astronauts did not say anything that their dress was a political statement. But, it seemed hard to believe that it was an accident. The costumes worn by the astronauts in orbit on a daily basis are modest. But the latest crew from Russia, including actress Yulia Perzild, who arrived at the station in November, wore vibrant airplaces of various colors. A thick red envelope.

According to Eric Berger, a space correspondent for the Ars Technica website, aircraft carriers are usually manufactured and packed several months in advance but may have included alternatives to the last load on the spacecraft.

Jonathan McDowell, a scientist at the Harvard Astronomical Center, who closely follows space travel, suggested that these colors may actually be the colors of the Moscow State University of Technology, which was attended by three astronauts, Oleg Artemiev, Denis Madveev and Sergei Korsakov. An official from the University Spoke as a guest on Russian Live Friday Launch Ceremony.

However, Mr. Berger noted that the colors of the aircraft suit matched very closely with the Ukrainian flag.

Co-damage to Russia’s space program and some of its partners and clients during the war in Ukraine and the ensuing sanctions. European Space Agency The voyage to Mars was halted on Thursday It was like launching a Russian rocket. Earlier this month, OneWeb, a British government-owned British satellite company, cancels missiles Russia’s Soyuz rocket launches its Internet satellites.

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Dmitry Rogozin, head of Russia’s space agency Roscosmos, has responded with a series of provocative messages on Twitter, including a retweet of a parody video of NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hey planning to return to Earth. Russian Soyuz at the end of this month. Mr. Rocosin publicly fought with Scott KellyAchieved retired astronaut Days following in space Mr. by an American. Vande Hey recently accomplished it.

In a public statement, NASA officials said Mr. Ignoring Rogozin’s statements, they insisted on continuing operations with their Russian counterparts as usual. They said there was no change in plans for Mr Vande Hey’s return.

A pair of crews will fly SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft to the station next month – one a private group of tourists with Axiom, and the other a combination of NASA and ESA astronauts.

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