The International Space Station had to conduct an avoidance maneuveur on Thursday to avoid a piece of space debris from ...
The International Space Station (ISS) had to swerve to avoid colliding with space debris from a Russian anti-satellite missile test, NASA has revealed. At 14:07 CT (20:07 BST) on Thursday ...
The ISS was never fully at risk of colliding with the Russian space debris. However, NASA says the move was meant to add more distance between the station and the debris’ flight path.
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Nasa said the space station’s thrusters fired for about 5 minutes in a Pre-Determined Debris Avoidance Maneuver (PDAM) on Thursday to swerve away ... aboard the ISS were forced to take emergency ...