The only space station in Russia, the Spektr-R (Radio Astrona), has stopped responding to the spacecraft staff, the BBC reported. Astro Space Center head Nikolai Kardashev told the BBC it's still transmitting scientific data.
Spekt-R collaborates with the ground-based radio telescope under the international radio program. According to BBC News, Rosock's staff surpassed the projected lifetime of the first five-year rocket launch project on the anti-aircraft rocket launcher in July 2011. Although retry attempted to re-establish the connection, the Friday response stopped. Researcher Yuri Kosvel told the BBC that it would be possible to restore the work of Roscosmos staff.
"Experts from major operations teams in the spacecraft are attempting to remove existing problems, which have prompted implementation of initial services from January 10, 2019, Russians told the Russian government news agency Tastat.
Additional information about disabling status could not be obtained instantly.
In 2016 another Russian state media source was reported in Russia, expecting Spekter-R to continue until 2018. Research, including Galatian Nuclei and Magnetic Fields, Kepler and Pulsar and other space projects,
Initial studies of active galaxy nuclei and magnetic fields are studied, the brighter quantum monitoring, space cloud clouds, contradictions, and interstitials, gravitational tests, etc.
The Radio Aston Project is based on the ground-based radio telescope, Spektr-R, which has been designed with a super large, ultra-compact combined radio transceiver. Studies in basic astronomy are carried out on electromagnetic spectral segments. Radio Astronomy has recorded record changes based on the distance of about 350,000 kilometers between the telescope.
It was launched for the first time, and the Space Skies, launched in 2004 or 2005 by the space ship, were released before the emergence of various delays in its construction.
Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Map Processing (CHIME) Another new radio-link is still not functioning properly. It did not identify 13 new radio-blasts in the new week, and over the years, the gloomy, galaxy. Possible explanations for rapid radio blasts Magnitrand (fast-drawn neutron stars), neutrons, star-white dwarfions, broken stars, black holes, and – in the end, are ultimately an artificial, metropolitan source, or some kind of factor. Reinstatement of the second reported Fast Radio Radio was among Chimes' inventions. However, Major staff has told Science Daily this week and hundreds or more will be the fast-moving radio.[BBC]