NASA resumes searching for the source of air leaks on the ISS




The ISS experienced a pressure drop, most likely in the modules of the American segment.





The search for air leaks continued on the International Space Station. This is stated in a message posted on Thursday, September 24, on the website of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

“Today, the crew of the 63rd Expedition is focusing on scientific research, eye exams, and leak testing,” the message says.

It is reported that the check began after the drop in pressure on the ISS was reported by Roscosmos. The Russian state corporation said that the pressure most likely dropped in the modules of the American segment.

It was decided to isolate the entire ISS crew in the Russian segment for three days. In the American segment, all hatches were closed, including the one connecting with the Russian one.

Earlier, the International Space Station changed its orbit to avoid unidentified space debris.





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