Starliner Orbital Flight/Atlas 5 (post Nauka 2 accident)

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Round 2

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1 Response to Starliner Orbital Flight/Atlas 5 (post Nauka 2 accident)

  1. TTG says:

    Seems the Nauka accident was a little more serious than what was first reported. Rather than a 45 degree tilt, the ISS “spun one-and-a-half revolutions – about 540 degrees – before coming to a stop upside down. The space station then did a 180-degree forward flip to get back to its original orientation,” according to the official report. I guess it wasn’t a wild ride, but it must have been plenty disconcerting. I hope they pulled the fuel lines on the Nauka module as a precaution. Good luck to the Statliner launch and docking.

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