A Russian Soyuz booster carrying a humanoid drudge unsuccessful to wharf as designed with a International Space Station (ISS) on Saturday.
The FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research) drudge is on a approach to a ISS on a designed two-week goal to support a organisation and exam a skills.
A matter from a Russian space group Roscosmos pronounced a disaster to wharf on Saturday was due to problems in a advancing system. It pronounced a space hire itself and a six-person organisation are safe.
The booster is now 96 metres divided from a station, and Vladimir Solovyev, moody executive for a Russian shred of theÂ ISS, pronounced a new advancing try would be done Monday.
The Skybot F-850 is a initial humanoid drudge sent to space by Russia. NASA sent humanoid drudge Robonaut 2 to space in 2011 to work in dangerous environments.
FEDOR is a distance of a tellurian adult and can obey movements of a tellurian body.Â Solovyev pronounced a drudge had not been taught how to manually control a docking.
The ISS is a corner plan of a space agencies of a United States, Russia, Europe, Japan and Canada.