NASA clarified


FILE – This undated photo provided by Roscosmos shows the International Space Station. On Tuesday, July 25, 2023, NASA experienced a power outage in communications between Mission Control and the International Space Station. (Roscosmos State Space Corporation via AP, file)

Concern over different digital channels created this Wednesday, June 12, is NASA's live broadcast that a member of the International Space Station crew is experiencing effects related to decompression sickness (DCS).

By: NTN24

Based on the uncertainty and multiple comments created by the audio, the US space agency clarified that the simulation was transmitted from the audio channel through which the crew was training.

“There is no emergency aboard the International Space Station,” NASA clarified.

The agency explained that the exchange, made at 5:28 pm CDT, was an inadvertent departure from an ongoing exercise.

With these types of operations, “crew members and ground crews train for various scenarios in space that are not necessarily related to an actual emergency,” the agency added.

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