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About Debris Сonjunction with the ISS. / June 29, 2011 /

On June 28, an unknown object of undetermined size got close to the International Space Station.
Due to this, the crew was ordered to take their places in the Soyuzes, leaving them to continue their nominal work after the danger was gone.
Space debris collision with the ISS happen from time to time. The crew and MCC personnel act in line with flight rules in similar situations.

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