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Soyuz Emergency Landing May Lead To Insurance Payout
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11 Oct 2018 04:48 PM EST

According to Reuters, a Soyuz launch was jettisoned after lift-off. But the crew inside the Soyuz capsule landed safely, despite a mid-air emergency. One of the rocket's boosters failed in flight, forcing the crew to jettison their capsule for an emergency landing. The two-member crew was scheduled for a six-month stay aboard the International Space Station, but instead, an insurance claim is being filed. If an insurance case is filed, then the Russian insurance firm Soglasie will get one of its biggest payouts in decades. But Soglasie said it will first look into the incident to determine liability.

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