MOSCOW – The Russian space agency says its specialists are trying to solve the problems that have blocked the control of an orbiting radio telescope.
Spektr-R continues to transmit satellite signals, but scientists have not been able to control the satellite satellite.
In 2011, the satellite was launched and expected the expected life expectancy for three years. It is used to investigate the Earth's galaxies inside and outside.
The Russian space agency Roscosmos, an official Alexander Bloshenko, said Saturday will be making another attempt to set up satellite control Sunday.