“We did not notice any damage to the ISS,” TASS quotes the head of the ISS program at NASA Joel Montalbano.
He added that in the near future all telemetry data will be checked, but so far there are no complaints.
On July 29, the Nauka multipurpose laboratory module successfully docked to the International Space Station.
Later, Russian cosmonauts reported that the module's engines had started unplanned.
To compensate for the disturbance, the engines of the Zvezda module were turned on.
As noted in NASA, the situation is stable, it posed no danger to the crew. Roscosmos explained that the specialists are working with fuel residues in the Science module.