JAXA Evacuates ISS Control Center After Earthquake

NASA and International Space Station partners are assessing the effect of the shutdown of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency’s control center in Tsukuba following the 8.9-magnitude earthquake that hit Japan on March 11. JAXA oversees the station’s Kibo laboratory complex, as well as the HTV-2...

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