Life in orbit: the International Space Station

An engineering marvel in low Earth orbit

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Lifestyle International Space Station,Space,NASA,Earth,Astronaut,Cosmonaut,ISS,Space exploration,sabotage,Air leak,Space shuttle,satellite 06/09/18 POR StarsInsider

Reports that a hole found in a Russian spacecraft docked at the International Space Station (ISS) could have been made deliberately have led to allegations of sabotage.


The hole, which caused an air leak on the ISS, was allegedly caused by a drill and said to have been made by a "wavering hand."

The intriguing revelation places the ISS back in the international spotlight. Browse the gallery and take a closer look at this marvel of orbiting engineering.