The Nauka module pushes the xo ISS out of direction. But the station has recovered.First, good news. The Russian-built Nauka laboratory successfully docked with the International Space Station on Thursday morning. Now,
it's not so good: Nauka "accidentally and unexpectedly" fired its thrusters after docking. causing the ISS to lose control of its attitude (also known as the one who directs it)As a result of NASA TV updates, the station was deflected approximately 45 degrees.
The thrusters mounted in the service module and the Russian Progress spacecraft docked at the station. Solve problems and bring the ISS back under control. Seven crew members were on board from NASA, the Japanese space agency JAXA, the European Space Agency and the Russian space agency Roscosmos.
Restoration operations have a reverse attitude. and the crew are not in danger,” NASA tweeted.There is no explanation as to why Nauka's thrusters were fired, although the module suffered technical difficulties. This includes problems with the drive since its launch last week.