HOUSTON âÂ NASA mission control lost contact of the International Space Station (ISS) Tuesday as a 6 astronauts await repairs.
NASA has managed to establish intermittent communications about once every 90 minutes in a short spotty garble, but nothing consistent. One must wonder what a feeling that is for the astronauts involved.
The random 90 minute garbled transmissions only occur as the ISS passes ground stations in Russia. Crews are attempting to restore communications at all costs.
At this time the astronauts aboard the ISS do not appear to be in danger.
It is not yet confirmed if this is related to cyber attack from the previously lost ISS control codes in 2012.
During an RT interview the question was popped, âWhat could happen from this (the loss of the codes)?â The correspondent replied, âOh you know, just a hacker could control the International Space Stationâ.
Likely this communication loss was not terror related, however the establishment could seize on the opportunity to pass blame clamping down on police state measures nationwide.
There was also this strange feed from February 15, 2013 on the ISS:
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