The first space mission led by the International Space Station by an unprecedented incident in & # 39; in October, which raised concerns about the space craft designed by Sovjetija of & # 39; Moscow, will launch on Monday.
Oleg Kononenko of & # 39; space agency Roscosmos Russian, Anne McClain of NASA and David Saint-Jacques of & # 39; Canadian Space Agency rejected any possible security concerns, and said that the risk was only part of the job.
They have launched at 1131 GMT Monday & # 39; Soyuz from Baikonur in Kazakhstan for mission & # 39; six and a half months.
The launch comes after rocket Soyuz carrying the Aleksey Ovchinin of Russia and US astronaut Nick Hague declined on 11 & # 39; slightly in October minutes after the explosion, forcing the pair to make landing & # 39 ; emergency.
They came smoothly bankrupt but the launch was the first such incident in the history of Russia & # 39; after the Soviet and new blow to the space industry was a proud country.
Before the launch of & # 39; Monday, Russian Ortodosu priest blessed the space on its launchpad, according to tradition, while the crew spoke calmly about the dangers involved.
"Risk is part of our profession", the crew commander Oleg Kononenko told a news conference in & # 39; Baikonur on Sunday, adding that "absolutely" trusted teams prepare for the flight.
"We are psychologically and technically prepared for blastoff and any situation, God prohibits, you & # 39; place on board", said the 54 years.
Kononenko added that the crew carries in space space on December 11 as part of an investigation into a mysterious hole caused leakage & # 39; air on the ISS.
Anne McClain, a former military pilot & # 39; 39 years, said the crew was waiting to go & # 39 ;.
"We are very willing nħossuhom it," she said.
"Soyuz in my backyard"
Canada Saint-Jacques, 48, described the Soyuz spacecraft as "extremely safe".
The incident highlighted "the intelligent design of the Soyuz and the incredible work that people search and rescue above ground are ready to make every launch", he said.
Saint-Jacques said he had received much training before the flight "I felt finally I could build Soyuz in my yard."
Of the trio set to reach the ISS six hours after blastoff, as Saint-Jacques and McClain will fly for the first time.
Kononenko is starting the fourth & # 39; its mission to raise impressive 533 days in space.
The left Russia said last month the launch sensor failed because it was damaged during assembly at the cosmodrome of & # 39; Baikonur but insisted that the spacecraft remained reliable.
The Soyuz rocket is designed in the Soviet than is currently the only rescue the world to the ISS.
Saint-Jacques will be the first Canadian astronawtur to visit the space station by Chris Hadfield, who recorded the history & # 39; David Bowie & # 39; s classic Space Oddity board in 2013.
The governor general of Canada and former astronawtur Julie Payette are expected to be among the dignitaries to watch the launch on Monday.
"Space & # 39; shooting like rugby"
McClain served in Iraq and represented the United States in women's rugby.
She said that the training was similar space sport since calls "maize, boredom, mental focus, and more."
The cooperation between Russia and the United States in the space & # 39; now remains one of the few areas that are not affected by a crisis in ties between the former Cold War enemies.
But the comments from the combatants head & # 39; the Russian space agency, Dmitry Rogozin, increasingly raised on the feet.
He recently canceled Russia would send a mission to the Moon to "check" if lunarju landing of NASA never happen or not.
F & # 39; in recent years, space industry burdened with debt of Russia has suffered a number of & # 39; accidents including loss of & # 39; spacecraft and satellites & # 39; goods.