International Space Station dodges orbital debris hours before SpaceX cargo arrival: report | Space

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The International Space Station moved out of the way of space debris yet again this year, hours before a new cargo ship is supposed to arrive.

A Russian Progress cargo spacecraft attached to the International Space Station (ISS) fired its engines Friday (Nov. 10) in a space debris avoidance maneuver, Russian federal space agency Roscosmos officials wrote on Telegram; translation was provided automatically by Google. ( reached out to NASA officials and is awaiting the agency’s confirmation of the maneuver, as well as the nature of the debris.)

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