The ISS is Now Stable After Docked Russian Module Unexpectedly Fired Thrusters 

Russia’s “Nauka” Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM) successfully connected with the International Space Station on Thursday, July 29. Not long after, however, the flight control team noticed the module’s thrusters were unexpectedly firing, temporarily pushing the station out of orientation.

Source: The ISS is Now Stable After Docked Russian Module Unexpectedly Fired Thrusters – Review Geek

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