Spacewalking Astronauts face trouble with stuck panels & wrangled cables on the space station

Two spacewalking astronauts eventfully completed their task on time today although the stubborn panel on the International Space Station added several minutes to the work during the troubleshooting.

NASA astronaut Anne McClain and Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques spent almost a little less than 7 hours to complete several repairs on the space station. Moreover, the internet cable work at the U.S laboratory added to their problems as they upgrade the tasks.

The astronauts had a tough time in space while trying to remove the micrometeoroid orbital debris shield as one of the fasteners refused to loosen which led to the …

Science of Exploration with NASA: The need for Autonomous habits in space

NASA has continuously lived up to its reputation of maintaining the best exportation techniques when it comes to matters related to the universe. Recently, the entire station has come under immense pressure to look into the habits of the other planets, where there is no human life. Although it is under stress to send the astronauts to the exploration of Moon and Mars, this aspect of the universe must also be dealt with greater flexibility. To make matters much easier, NASA has developed a system known as the STRI or the Space technology research Institutes, which are responsible for creating …