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The International Space Station (ISS) was briefly destabilised after a Russian science lab malfunctioned. The 13m-long lab inadvertently fired its thrusters, resulting in the ISS losing control of its orientation for 47 minutes, NASA said. Russian cosmonauts checked for leaks between the 22-tonne lab - named Nauka - and the service module when automatic sensors on the ground identified the problem.
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The International Space Station (ISS) was briefly thrown “out of control” on July 29, according to reports citing NASA officials, when a Russian module misfired after docking.NASA shared footage of the initially successful docking to Twitter, stating that “contact and capture” took place at 9:29am ET.However, the module’s thrusters started firing “inadvertently and unexpectedly”, according to NASA, moving the station 45 degrees out of attitude.The seven crew members aboard were never in any immediate danger, according to reports, but the incident prompted NASA to postpone a Boeing capsule launch until at least August 3. Credit: NASA via Storyful
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The International Space Station was thrown briefly out of control on Thursday after a newly arrived Russian module malfunctioned, according to NASA.Officials said the seven crew members aboard weren't in any immediate danger-But the malfunction has prompted the agency to postpone another highly anticipated test flight to the station by Boeing.NASA said Thursday's mishap began about three hours after Russia's Nauka module had latched onto the space station, as mission controllers in Moscow were performing some post-docking "reconfiguration" procedures.The module's jets unexpectedly restarted and inadvertently fired off their thrusters, pitching the entire station out of its normal flight position, leading the mission's flight director to declare a "spacecraft emergency."Flight teams on the ground managed to restore the space station's orientation by activating thrusters on another module of the orbiting platform, with experts describing the struggle to regain control as a "tug of war."The Nauka engines were ultimately switched off, and the space station was stabilized.What caused Nauka's engine malfunction has yet to be determined, but Russia's space agency attributed it to having to work with residual fuel in the craft.The module had experienced glitches after its launch last week, raising concerns about whether it would dock properly.There was no immediate sign of any damage to the space station.
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Nasa has decided to push back Friday’s launch of the agency’s unmanned flight to the International Space Station as engineers were dealing with mishaps at Russia’s new module that arrived earlier that day. Nasa said in a statement late on Thursday that the Starliner flight is now scheduled to blast off next Tuesday. “The moves allows the space station team time to continue working checkouts of the newly arrived Roscosmos’ Nauka module and to ensure the station will be ready for Starliner’s arriv
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The International Space Station has been knocked out of position after a Russian science lab malfunctioned. The newly arrived lab accidentally fired its thrusters, resulting in the ISS losing control of its orientation for 47 minutes, NASA said. Russian cosmonauts had been checking for leaks between the 22-tonne lab - named Nauka - and the service module, when automatic sensors on the ground detected the problem.
Two military chiefs have criticised China and Russia for "reckless" behaviour in space, such as using weapons to destroy satellites, leaving a trail of dangerous debris orbiting Earth. Air Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston, the head of the Royal Air Force, and General Sir Patrick Sanders, commander of Strategic Command, also for the first time left open the possibility that the UK could develop its own weapons to defend assets in space. The two commanders were speaking at the official opening of the UK Space Command, which will take charge of all military work involving space - now considered a domain of operations alongside land, sea, air, and cyberspace.
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The Nauka module began firing its thrusters unexpectedly on Thursday, pushing the space station out of position and beginning a "tug of war."
After a very public failure in 2019, Boeing and its Starliner spacecraft have a shot at redemption with their upcoming second test flight. The uncrewed Orbital Flight Test-2 mission was originally scheduled to launch on Friday, but it was scrubbed due to an unexpected incident at the International Space Station where it was set to dock. While NASA assures space station crew "was never and is not in any danger," flight controllers noticed an unplanned firing of thrusters on the Russian Multipurpose Laboratory Module on Thursday.
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Boeing needs to show that its spaceship is safe for astronauts after failing its last test flight. But Russia's spacecraft glitch delayed the launch.