Three crew members on board the Worldwide House Station will spend the weekend within the vessel’s Russian phase whereas they seek for the supply of a cabin air leak, NASA and Russian area company Roscosmos stated on Thursday.
“In September 2019, NASA and its worldwide companions first noticed indications of a slight improve above the usual cabin air leak fee,” NASA stated in a press release.
It stated the crew, composed of NASA’s Chris Cassidy and Russia’s Ivan Vagner and Anatoly Ivanishin, would shut the station’s hatches this weekend to observe air strain and discover the supply of the leak.
NASA and Roscosmos stated the state of affairs represented no rapid hazard to the crew or to the area station.
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