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Dangerous cable found on Dragon on ISS

From the outer side of the American cargo ship Dragon, docked to the International Space Station (ISS), a dangling cable was found, RIA Novosti reports.

The agency notes that the part that was not separated from the ship during the launch of the Falcon 9 launch vehicle was recorded during the broadcast of the truck approaching the station. According to NASA, the cable does not pose a danger to the astronauts and Canadarm 2 arm-manipulator, with which the truck will dock to the Harmony airlock.

Currently, there is a crew on the ISS, which includes Oleg Kononenko, Alexey Ovchinin (Roscosmos), Ann McClain, Nick Haig, Christine Cook (NASA) and David Saint-Jacques (Canadian Space Agency).

The launch of Falcon 9 from Dragon from Cape Canaveral in Florida (USA) to the ISS took place on May 4.

Prior to this, the American company SpaceX, which produces Falcon 9 and Dragon, recognized the loss of the manned spacecraft Crew Dragon when it was tested by its emergency rescue system.


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