en- A French astronaut took a photo with the Pirs spacecraft
Breaking news! A French astronaut on the ISS (International Space Station) caught a Russian module breaking into pieces. It is even the module that left the ISS to make room for Nauka, meaning it is Pirs that simply began to break into pieces on July 26, 2021, but only now have images been shown. The person who saw this phenomenon on the ISS, Thomas Pesquet, said: "Atmospheric re-entry without a heat shield results in a nice fireball."
Pirs began to break into pieces above the clouds for approx. 6 minutes. However, even if Pirs did his job on the international space station, he could have stayed there, maybe it was better, instead of Nauka coming. Recall that Nauka tilted 540 degrees ISS when it clung to the ISS, due to a wrong engine start.
NASA first said that the ISS tilted 45 degrees, but then another crescendo that clearly showed that it rotated 540 degrees and remained upside down, but now the ship is stable and put in the normal position. No one was hurt.
If you want, you can see our old article on how the ISS tilted here: https://bailey1.webnode.ro/l/the-situation-on-the-iss-is-much-worse-than-previously-thought/
We wish success to the astronauts on the ISS and to the one who took the photo and to all those who work on such missions, to take such photos again and we hope that no more incidents will happen.
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