NASA found no damage to the ISS after the incident with the module “Science”

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NASA experts have not identified any damage to the International Space Station (ISS) as a result of the incident with the Russian module “Science”. This was announced by the head of the program from the American side, Joel Montalbano, his words were reported by CBC News.

“We did not notice any damage to the ISS. There was no immediate danger to the crew,” he said.

He also added that in the near future all systems of the module will be checked. “We will look to see if there are any reasons for concern. But it is too early to talk about it, let's see what can be done, ”added Montalbano.

Module “Science” docked to the ISS

NASA found no damage to the ISS after the incident with the module

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