Manager of NASA’s Station Program Discusses Alarm

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The six-member Expedition 42 crew is safe in the Russian segment of the International Space Station after an alarm went off in the U.S. segment of the orbital laboratory Wednesday morning.

Flight controllers are seeing no direct evidence of an ammonia leak and are exploring the likelihood a faulty sensor or computer relay set off the alarm.

NASA’s International Space Station Program Manager Mike Suffredini sat down with Public Affairs Officer Dan Huot to discuss today’s events. Suffredini described the crew’s response and how this morning’s situation unfolded. Watch the interview above.

1 thought on “Manager of NASA’s Station Program Discusses Alarm”

  1. That’s great! Relieved of the anxious moments and that the crew of the station are safe and healthy.

    Ande Murali Varaprasad, Ex-DRDO Scientist
    Professor of Satellite Communication
    Electronics & Communication Engineering Department
    St Ann’s Engineering College, Chirala, Andhra Pradesh, India

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