Astronaut Nick Hague says there was no time to panic
NASA astronaut Nick Hague — days after he was forced to make an emergency, ballistic descent — tells NBC News that as soon as warning lights alerted him and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin to abort their mission on Thursday, their minds automatically went to a checklist of life-or-death tasks.
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