Space Agency NASA’s Astronauts on the Houston Basement caused a furor. This mess happened in the NASA Johnson Space Station, where an entire team located on the International Space Station (ISS) was put in for an inquiry after the astronaut accidentally dialed the emergency number and dialed the alarming number. The Netherlands’s Astronaut André Cuiper recently unearthed this incident with him.
To call space through satellite, it is necessary to place some unique codes. An astronaut can call the first number 9 of the phone number and then the code 011. However, in the absence of gravity, the call was not taken during the dialing from Andre and 9111 instead of 9011. 911 is America’s emergency number. After this phone of Andre, there was a stir in NASA. There was an apprehension that there was a defect in the International Space Station, due to which the astronaut called the emergency number.
After this, a team on the ISS was immediately put in the investigation of the case. However, after getting no fault there, the Kipar had to match the matter for the information. According to Kuiper, 70 percent of the calls placed on the earth by ISS are successful only. Earlier in 2015, Britain’s astronaut Tim Peake also told the ISS to get a wrong phone. His phone was taken to a woman. After which he also apologized through a tweet.