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The Russian Space Agency announces a liquid leak

The Russian Space Agency announces a liquid leak

Moscow, Russia.

the Space agency Russia reported this on Monday Fluid leak detection Cooling in its part of International Space Station (International Space Station), although he clarified that it does not represent a danger to the team or the orbital laboratory.

“he Nauka unit of the Russian segment The International Space Station suffered a coolant leak from the external radiator circuit [de reserva]Which was delivered to the station in 2012.” Roscosmos reported on a telegram.

The Russian agency added this “Nothing threatens the team and the station.” “The main thermal control circuit of the unit is operating normally, ensuring comfortable conditions in the habitable zone of the unit,” he said.

the Space agency NASA confirmed the events in a statement, noting that “the crew on board the station was not in any danger at all.”

  • He added that Naoka’s main cooler “is operating normally, providing cooling to the entire module without any impact on the crew or space station operations.”

The Russian space sector, which is historically one of the country’s prides, has been facing difficulties for years, with a lack of funding. Failures and corruption scandals.

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