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Station resumes normal operations, but risk from Russian ASAT test continues


Station resumes normal operations, but risk from Russian ASAT test continues The seven-person crew living on the International Space Station resumed normal operations Wednesday, two days after closing off parts of the complex as precaution following a widely-condemned Russian anti-satellite test that created a new cloud of space debris. NASA says the debris field, which U.S. Space Command says numbers more than 1,500 trackable objects, will continue to pose a risk to the space station. But the most danger was in the first 24 hours after the anti-satellite test early Monday.   More



(Source: SpaceFlight Now - Nov 20)

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