NASA: International Space  Into Space Junk

Station Almost Crashes

On Saturday, The International

Space Station was forced to take emergency evasive maneuvers in order to avoid crashing into space debris.

It Was An Unplanned

But a necessary move by NASA to avoid colliding with the space junk floating nearby.

The International Space Station (ISS)

Photographed by Expedition 56 crew members from a Soyuz spacecraft after undocking, October 4, 2018.

According To Russian Space Agency

Roscomos, the Progress MS-18 is a space shuttle that is used to resupply the International Space Station, where it is currently docked.

After The Successful Completion...

Of the evasive maneuver, the International Space Station is currently orbiting the Earth at a height of 414 kilometers

The Collection Of Debris

In and around Earth’s orbit is becoming a major problem for space agencies around the world.

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