A Union space station suffered an electrical failure during orbit and lost contact with the ground station. Impossible Rescue of Space Station  Fortunately, the space station named Salute Seven had no guru on board at the time of the accident, but due to a power failure at the same time, it went out of control and left its orbit.

This problem was the worst in the history of space in the Soviet Union. All options to regain control had failed, but then something happened that made the Soviet Union proud. During the Cold War, the two countries were busy demonstrating their power, While this show of power was worth more than millions of dollars, things were also invented by the two countries that we are still taking advantage of, such as the Internet Jet aircraft and Global Positioning Satellites, i.e. GPS Meanwhile, steps were also taken to humiliate each other in the eyes of the world, which man could not have imagined before, and when it comes to this, the name is Space Rise.

In the first place,

In the first place,

The two countries were so out of step with each other that their goal was to launch more space missions. Impossible Rescue of Space Station The Soviet space stations were named Salyut, while the USA named its space station program Skylab. These space stations were small and were launched at the same time. After exploring for a limited time, they were brought back to Earth. Now the competition was to see who could keep their astronauts on the space station for the longest time. Named the group Astronauts, the Soviets didn’t even want to use that name; instead, they named their space gurus.

 The decision to build a full-fledged main space station

It was delayed in its development, and by then their Salute Six space station had completed its time in space, so by the time they launched the Mir space station, the Soviets had launched the Salute Seven space station. Impossible Rescue of Space Station The station was launched because they wanted to maintain their presence in space during this time. Salute Seven’s special feature was that it had docking ports attached to the front and back. With the help of these docking ports, another spacecraft could accompany them in orbit. The craft could be attached, and the group’s rotation and supply delivery were happening at the same time. He set a new world record by staying for 211 days.

His task was to launch a 28-kg radio satellite

Through the space station’s trash airlock. The first year was a success, but after that, one after another, obstacles arose. In September 1983, Nike noticed zero pressure in a fuel tank. This was by no means because zero pressure meant a tank bill. After checking the fuel leakage outside the space station, let us tell you here that due to the lack of atmospheric pressure in the space station, if there is a hole as big as a needle in the space station, the bag room of the space will take everything out of it.

The same thing happened

With the fuel tank of a Salute Seven, it was very important to close it in time to avoid further damage, but unfortunately, Cosmonauts lacked some tools. The ground station only delivered the tools. launched a second spacecraft to Salute Seven, which was to go through Salute Seven and become a dog.

It also had extra crew and necessary tools. This repair is considered to be a very complex repair job of the era, in which cosmonauts had to go outside the space station and weld the holes in the fuel tank with the help of special tools and old welding. This repair of Sweet Seven was very impressive, but the difficulties that followed were going to turn their Sikh breath into trouble.

 The space station was now monitored by

 The space station was now monitored by

The Soviet ground team, which had been operating remotely,. On February 11, 1985, a few months after the Cosmonauts’ return, Salyut Seven suddenly lost contact with the ground station team. Looking at the fault logs, it was found that there was some kind of electrical search within the Salute seam in orbit. The ground team activated a secondary communication system to restore contact. Now contact with the Salute seam has been restored. But soon after, a second electrical search occurred and now all contact with the space station was lost

It was recovered

But soon after, a second electrical search occurred, and now all contact with the space station was lost Not only that, but it lost its orbit, a dangerous moment for the So Wells. Impossible Rescue of Space Station Completely silent and out of control, when this news reached the USA, the US wanted a better chance for them to capture the Salute Seven with the help of their cargo drones and bring them back to Earth. To become a hero in the eyes of the world, this work could have been done by the Soviet Union, but unfortunately, at that time, work was being done on their Bran shuttle, so it was impossible for the Soviet Union to capture the Salute Seven. It was too big to carry, so they decided to send a group of two cosmonauts to repair it.

 This would have been much easier

If the space station were live, it would have a talking mechanism that would automatically communicate with other spacecraft. The Soviet Union’s intention meant that the space station, orbiting at a speed of 27,000 kilometers per hour, would first be manually tracked and then manually dogged by aligning the space station with it and the whole process. Even a small error has taken the life of the guru sent, but there is no other option save six. In June 1985, the Soyuz spacecraft was launched for the rescue of Salute Seven. It also installed a laser range finder. The arm knots also carried night vision goggles with them, as they might have had to do manual locking when it was completely dark after orbiting for two days.

The first thing they noticed

When they got close, there were misaligned solar panels, which meant that the electrical system had completely failed because the solar panels on the spacecraft were connected to the electrical actuators that actuate the solar panels. With the help of a laser range finder, Guru first aligned himself with the silhouette seam and then matched its rotation to the rotation of his spacecraft as he slowly approached the space station. Finally, they managed to manually dock the Soyuz with the Salute Seam. Now the stage that everyone was waiting for had arrived, as no one knew why the Salute Seam was closed or what danger lurked inside.

After docking, he opened

On the hatch of the Salute Seven, he immediately felt a strong cold breeze, which had kept the power loss of the Salute Seven for a long time. That’s why the heating system inside was turned off. Impossible Rescue of Space Station Everything was found frozen to a temperature of minus 150 degrees Celsius, for which the interior of the Silhouette Seam was not prepared.

where the quantity of carbon monoxide was very high, which was an indication that there was a fire. The carbon dioxide inside was making the atmosphere even more dangerous, so they decided that only one cosmonaut would be inside the Salute Sea at a time. Eight days of food was water; if they would use even a little bit, they only had a 12-day supply at a stretch, but it would take more than 12 days to find out what was wrong with the Salute Seam and repair it. Well, when we started troubleshooting the electrical system, it turned out that the entire space station had shut down because of a single faulty sensor.

So it wasn’t letting the batteries charge, and finally, the batteries were fully trained and the whole system shut down. After replacing the sensor and changing the direction of the solar banners, amazingly again.

And again, Salute Seven

Came to life and remained part of the mission for the next year, by which time the Soviet Union had launched its largest space station, Mir, after which Salute Seven was no longer needed. However, it was decided to keep it at Ord. Mir’s crew also traveled to Salute Seven by spacecraft and set a new world record for station-to-station transfer, sending the Soviet Salute Seven further into space. Wanted to keep it, it was sent 475 kilometers higher and lower, but after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, funding issues and other problems diverted attention from the Salute Seven, and it reduced its orbit to a day. Uncontrolled in Earth’s atmosphere and disintegrating over South America, this was the end of the Soviet Union’s last satellite space station.

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