Space Junk Punches Hole In International Space Station Robotic Arm

A routine inspection of the International Space Station last month found a hole in Canadarm2, the station’s 60-foot robotic arm used to ferry payloads and perform maintenance on the station.

The culprit: a speeding piece of space junk.

The Canadian Space Agency and NASA said the 5 mm…

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