NASA’s Mission Control restored full distribution of solar power throughout the International Space Station on May 22, adding back in an eighth channel that was temporarily taken offline in response to a port-side ammonia coolant system leak that required a spacewalk repair earlier this month. The return to normal eight-channel distribution comes days before the scheduled May 28 launch of Russia’s Soyuz TMA-09M spacecraft with new Expedition 36 ISS crewmembers — cosmonaut Fyodor ...


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