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The Russian Space Agency: A Software Glitch Caused The Engines to Malfunction and The Space Station to Be Displaced

Monday, August 2, 2021

The Russian Space Agency: A Software Glitch Caused The Engines to Malfunction and The Space Station to Be Displaced
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Threw the Russian space agency blamed "disrupted a short - term programs" in motor accident new scientific its unity, it was launched engines of payment for the unit unexpectedly hours after the docking, which led to the removal of the international space station for normal, causing the software glitch in that unit Nauka thinks you are supposed to back off the station.

 

And the verege website said that the space station, a research laboratory the size of a football field floating 270 miles in low Earth orbit, was pushed off course by 45 degrees as soon as the Nauka engines started firing. The station's position was seized minutes later, but was eventually brought back to normal after batches from another Russian unit repelled Nauka's erroneous launch. 

 

"Due to the short-term failure of the program, a direct command was mistakenly executed to turn on the unit's engines for the towing, which led to some adjustment in the direction of the complex as a whole," the website said.

 

Joel Montalbano, director of the NASA Space Station, said that the Russian space agency (Roscosmos) will lead the investigation into the erroneous rocket launches and will inform its American partners of any repairs, after the accident delayed Boeing's planned launch of its unmanned Starliner capsule to the International Space Station, which was scheduled. Last Friday, it is now scheduled for Tuesday, August 3, the agency said in a statement. 

 

Solovyov said the space station and its new Russian module are now "operating normally," adding that "a reliable internal command and power interface has been created, as well as a power supply interface that connected the unit to the station." He said the station's Russian cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky and Pyotr Dubrov are balancing the pressure. in Naoka and plan to enter the unit to start "purifying the atmosphere and starting normal normal work." 

 

Nauka, which means flag in Russian, is a multi-purpose science unit designed to carry goods and people. Its long-awaited development began in 1995 and has undergone several design changes that pushed its original launch date from 2007 to 2021. It was finally launched on July 21, Upon arriving in space, it almost immediately encountered propulsion and communications problems that delayed its entry into orbit. The unit successfully docked eight days later last Thursday, before its engines failed and the station derailed. 

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