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SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule attached to the ISS sounds false alarms

Currently, a SpaceX Crewcut Dragon capsule called Resilience is attached to the ISS. The capsule has been attached to the space station since its launch last November. Recently, a problem with the capsule triggered some alarms by mistake, which probably gave the crew aboard the space station a very scary experience.

According to reports, false emergency messages for Fire, Rapid Depress and other erroneous messages were issued due to a capsule error. The ISS crew reportedly performed responses to fire and quickly quickly, but stopped as soon as the stable readings were confirmed. Reports indicated after the suspense that both the capsule and the space station were in good health.

The ISS crew reportedly said that the problem that caused the erroneous warning messages was a “Single Event Upset” on one of the Crew Dragon power units that caused the processor to restart. When the processor is restarted, it produces data that the ISS interpreted as a collection of emergencies and indications outside the nominal value. “

Resilience is the capsule that transported crew members from the ISS to the space station aboard the SpaceX Crew-1 flight that took place in November 2020. This flight was notable for being the first time that America managed to place its astronauts in space and in space. ISS from America alone since the space shuttle retired in 2011.

Prior to the Resilience mission to the ISS, another Crew Dragon capsule called Endeavor had docked at the space station in May 2020. So far, neither SpaceX nor NASA has made official comments on the erroneous error messages. SpaceX was never afraid to admit mistakes and explain what happened. Hopefully, SpaceX will shed light on this soon.

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