Roscosmos Blames Micrometeorite For Soyuz Coolant Leak

The Soyuz MS-22 crew ship is docked to the Rassvet module at the International Space Station.

Credit: NASA
Roscosmos Space Corp. has suggested that a micrometeorite may have caused the coolant leak on the Russian Soyuz MS-22 spaceship that canceled a spacewalk outside the International Space Station (ISS) late Dec. 14. “The leak could have been caused by a micrometeorite which hit the [Soyuz] radiator,”...

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