The engine of the International Space Station was fired up Wednesday morning to move it out of the way of some passing space junk.
The crew of the International Space Station fired up the orbiting platform’s on-board thrusters to dodge part of an old satellite.
NASA has given the three astronauts aboard the International Space Station the all clear concerning two pieces of space junk heading it their general direction.
The International Space Station has successfully dodged another piece of cosmic space junk.
Heads up! The debris of a giant 6-ton satellite is getting closer to Earth and NASA is closer to knowing where, or actually where it won’t crash into the planet on Friday.
The debris of a giant satellite will crash land on Earth in about a week.
A piece of space junk hurtling toward the International Space Station is expected to make its closet approach on Tuesday, right in the middle of a planned spacewalk.
NASA ordered the three astronauts on the International Space Station to seek shelter inside a Soyuz space capsule when a small piece of space debris drifted dangerously close to the orbiting platform.