Crack in International Space Station, 80 Percent of Flight System Expired: Russian Astronauts

There has been talked of a crack in a segment of the International Space Station built-in space for scientific experiments.
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Image Credit: Syfy Wire

There has been talked of a crack in a segment of the International Space Station built-in space for scientific experiments. Russian Astronauts have given this information. He has warned that this rift may widen in the future. Scientists have not given any information on whether air can pass through these cracks.

Even before this, astronauts have said that the equipment of the International Space Station is out of date. He warned that these devices could break after 2025. Recently this space station also went out of control. Scientists called it a human error in the software.

Need to replace equipment

According to Vladimir Solovyov, chief officer of the Rocket and Space Corporation Energia, surface cracks have been observed in some places of the Zarya module of the International Space Station. The in-flight system here has expired up to 80 percent. Most of the equipment had expired last year itself. These need to be replaced soon.

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Image Credit: Big Think

Jaraya Cargo Module was launched in 1998

The Russian Zarya cargo module, which has been found to have cracks, was launched in 1998. Currently, it is being used for storage. The Russian Space Agency says that if this continues, the International Space Station 2030 will not be workable.

Russia will remain on the space station until 2024

The International Space Station was built for scientific experiments in space. In July, due to the negligence of Russia, this space station became uncontrollable. Scientists of the US space agency NASA had barely found control over it. The Russian space agency says that it will remain a part of this space system until 2024.

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