On Thursday, the International Space Station (ISS) Russian-based computer, which was operating last Tuesday, was restarted and is operating normally, said Roscosmos, a reported space agency in EFE.
"The central computer was resumed at 12.04 GMT (GMT 9.04 GMT). The three-fold configuration has been restored," Roscosmos CEO Dmitry Rogozin wrote on Twitter for the International Space Station.
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The Russian segment of an orbital platform is controlled by a computer system consisting of three computers running in parallel.
"There was a refusal, because ISS was not available on one of three computers," said Roscosmos on the day of judgment.
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