European space agency source: data transfer failures between the International Space Station and the NOKA unit occurred
European space agency experts reported that there is flaws during test data transfer between the International Space Station and the new NOKA unit.
According to the European Space Agency, currently, rose experts and the Russian crew aboard the ship (Oleg Novitsky and Petr Dubrov) try to identify and eliminate causes of damage.
The European space agency explained that the communication accident occurred during the first tests of the Nauka and Zvezda unit. There, almost immediately, there were failures in the transport of communication flows between the elements of the Russian part of the International Space Station.
The European space agency explained that in Zvezda and Nauka units, data transfer systems and computers operate separately as usual. In addition, there is no problem operating external control panels of Russian systems.
The European space agency is receiving data from Russian partners, for its part, prepares the maneuvers of the time, located in Nauka, for operation. Roskosmos still has time to solve contact problems.
The European Space Agency (ESA) plans to start spreading its maneuver and testing it in January 2022. Roskosmos has not yet revealed the details of the problems associated with Noka’s connection to the International Space Station.
In early September, astronauts turned two into space operations to connect Noka to the International Space Station.
During the first departure to Nauka on September 3, astronauts were partially capable of extending the Ethernet cable to the Zvezda unit unit.
On September 9, 2021, Oleg Novitsky and Petr Dubrov astronaut connected to the Nauka unit and the Zvezda Unit and completed the external connection with the Nauka unit with the local region of the Russian part of the International Space Station.
The Nauka unit at the International Space Station was created on July 29. His journey was not free of problems and tremendous regime failures, but roskosmos solved him.
On July 30, 2021, astronauts Olij Novitsky and Peter Dobrov opened their transport doors and entered the new Russian Nauka unit of the International Space Station for the first time.