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30.08.2019

The manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-14 with the robot Fedor on board has attached to the ISS

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An emergency alarm has sounded on the International Space Station (ISS), but there is no threat to the station or its crew, Russia’s space corporation Roscosmos has told TASS.

"An emergency alarm has sounded. The crew analyzed the situation and took the necessary measures. The situation on the ISS is normal and there is no threat to the safety of the crew or the station itself," Roscosmos said.

Currently the ISS has a crew of six: Russia’s Alexei Ovchinin and Alexander Skvortsov, NASA’s Nick Hague, Andrew Morgan and Christina Kokh and the European Space Agency’s Luca Parmitano.

The manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-14 with the robot Fedor on board has attached to the ISS.

Quelle: TASS

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NASA confirms that situation on ISS is stable after alarm went off

A spokesperson for NASA said that "teams are working to identify the root cause of the issue"

The situation on the International Space Station (ISS) is stable after the emergency alarm went off there, a spokesperson for NASA told TASS on Thursday.

"The crew and the space station are in no immediate danger and are continuing normal operations," the spokesperson said. "The overall atmosphere inside the station remains will below the O2 concentration limits. Teams are working to identify the root cause of the issue," he added.

Currently the ISS has a crew of six: Russia’s Alexei Ovchinin and Alexander Skvortsov, NASA’s Nick Hague, Andrew Morgan and Christina Kokh and the European Space Agency’s Luca Parmitano.

The manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-14 with the robot Fedor on board has attached to the ISS.

Quelle: TASS

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