Giant piece of Japanese satellite may crash into ISS
A giant piece of a Japanese satellite poses a serious threat to the International Space Station. Supposedly, the piece of the space garbage may near the ISS in less than 30 hours.
The message about a fragment of space garbage entering the potentially dangerous area for the station, which is called the "red corridor", was transmitted by U.S. ballistics, reports Firstnews. The question of the need to modify the ISS orbit will be resolved in the next few hours, after a special ballistic analysis, FederalPress reports.