NASA completed an investigation into the incident with the abnormal activation of the engines of the Nauka module after docking with the ISS
According to Interfax, NASA completed its investigation into the accident, including the Nauka unit engines after merging at the international space station.
NASA Joel Montelano, director of the NASA’s international space station, determined that the American side will discuss their data and conclusions about this investigation with the Russian space agency Roscosmos.
In order to verify the understanding of the causes of the problem and understand how to avoid This in future joint projects. From roskosmos, the official results of the accident investigation were not announced.
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.
After some time of anchoring, the International Space Station became due to the unplanned activity of the Nauka engines. After the accident, NASA explained that Noka turned the season and a half.
During the emergency, NASA announced the state of emergency at the International Space Station. Roscosmos is investigating the accident and evaluating its consequences in the international space station. NASA also organized a team to investigate the scientific unit incident.
On August 30, 2021, Vladimir Soloviioff, General Manager of RSC Energia and Aviation Director of ISS Russa, said that during the eight days of Nauka flight to ISS, many emergency emergencies occurred in the unit.
Most of them occurred due to problems in the fuel system and sensors. According to him, the unit faced a dangerous malfunction in the program after bedtime.
Russian magazine Cosmos revealed that abnormal activation of the Nauka engines was due to an error by control group members – the accident occurred due to an error in MCC shifts, who forgot to interrupt the establishment system after the unit procedures completed the completion . For the International Space Station.