Russia gave NASA comments and questions regarding probable emissions of isopropyl alcohol in the atmosphere of the ISS. The incident could have happened in March, after joining a new spacecraft, SpaceX Crew Dragon with the International space station.
This was stated by the head of cosmonaut training Center Pavel Vlasov propaganda resources “RIA Novosti” reports “League. News”.
What happened? Vlasov claims that after arriving at the ISS of the U.S. ship, the crew felt “an unusual smell” and air jets identified in the atmosphere of the station the high content of isopropyl alcohol: its concentration was about 0.006 grams per cubic meter.
After that, the ISS included the air purification system and the alcohol concentration is reduced to 0.002 grams per cubic meter.
As far as I know, because of this, the ship spewed into the atmosphere MKS vapor of isopropyl alcohol (…) All the observations submitted, the questions were asked,
– said Vlasov.
Russia collaborates with NASA. The head of the CPC says that in questions of private spaceships Moscow talks with NASA, and not directly with the company SpaceX Elon musk.
What is known about the flight Crew Dragon?
We will remind, on March 2, 2019, the spacecraft Crew Dragon company SpaceX launch a Falcon 9 rocket from the US. In a test flight just put 180 kilograms of cargo and dummy Ripley in a spacesuit.
On 3 March, the ship docked with the ISS, and a few days successfully splashed down off the coast of Florida.
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