. The head of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin told about the reasons for unsuccessful launches of space rockets in the interview to the program " Moscow. The Kremlin. Putin "on the channel" Russia 1 ".
"Technique is still a Technique. And sooner or later it fails. You know That there is not a single sample technique, which is absolute reliability. The coefficient of reliability of the equipment is equal to, say, 99 And the comma That there is any interest. Still, these percentages are the cases that will sooner or later occur ", - said Rogozin.
according to his statement, the rocket "Soyuz" a lot of times run smoothly, But the disaster still happened, as well as among them, with manned ships. The head of "Roskosmos" has noticed That emergencies correspond to the reliability of the rocket.
"That is, sooner or later it could happen. The human factor or failure of equipment, But nevertheless it was. Another thing That is unique manned spacecraft "Soyuz-MS" saved the crew. On that site, which never has the salvation did not happen, " He said.
Rogozin said That in other countries in similar situations dying citizens.
"We will not allow this. Very important crew saved. This task was completed. As for the debriefing, did the Commission found reason, completely removed them, imposed for more severe supervision, " He added.
for example, introduced monitoring for all elements of building a rocket. According to his statement, at the end of last year, i.e. immediately after the disaster, "Roskosmos" has conducted four test launch of this missile. The fifth launch was already with the manned spacecraft. Thus, the viability of the station has been restored, said the Head of the Department.
He added That currently it is Russia that provides the delivery of all crew members to the ISS.
PE "Soyuz-FG" was the first in the history of modern Russia accident in manned space exploration. The carrier rocket "Soyuz-FG" eleven Oct are unable to bring the spacecraft "Soyuz MS-10" with the new ISS crew on orbit, But the astronauts managed to move to safety in an escape pod to Earth.