Wyciek na statku kosmicznym Sojuz MS-22 Nietypowa awaria Sojuza MS-22 zadokowanego do Międzynarodowej Stacji Kosmicznej. Rośnie temperatura. Sprzeczne informacje

The Russian Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft has suffered a malfunction. There may be a leak in the cooling system. The Russian news agency RIA Novosti reported that the temperature on board the ship had already risen above 50 degrees Celsius.

– The situation with the Soyuz spacecraft accident is unique and we have not encountered it before.

– Cosmonaut Andrei Borisenko tells news.ru.

The leak was noticed by spacewalking astronauts Thursday and was initially downplayed. However, after some time, RIA Novosti reported that the temperature had already risen to more than 50 degrees Celsius.

Roscosmos denies

Meanwhile, the Russian space agency Roskosmos in an official statement denied this information – information about an increase in the temperature in Soyuz MS-22 to 50 ° C, published by RIA Novosti, citing a “knowledgeable source”, is incorrect.

This contradicts the opinion of cosmonaut Borisenko expressed in a statement to News.ru, who believes that the cosmonauts may have trouble returning home. The Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft, which has docked at the International Space Station, brought the astronauts to the station and is expected to pick them up after the mission is over. Meanwhile, it’s something of a lifeboat.

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