NASA mission control in Houston has lost all communications with ISS.


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NASA mission control in Houston has lost all communications with ISS.

Communications are still possible each orbit for short periods with Moscow.

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  • Pzatchok

    Leave it to NASA to tie in everything including the toilets to a central computer.

    And then forgot to send up a manual back up shortwave. 500 bucks could have made things all better and kept communications going world wide instead of just over Russia.

    And these are the best and brightest we have?

    We need to send up a custodian to keep things going up there.

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