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Sunita Williams Sunita Williams' stay in space will be extended

Leader Online Desk: Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams and her colleague Butch Wilmore have extended their stay in space. Both will remain aboard the International Space Station (ISS) until Tuesday, June 18, reports said.India Todayis given by
A space bug has been detected on the International Space Station (ISS). Sunita Williams may cause problems for astronauts. For this reason the stay of the spacecraft has been extended.

Creation of 'this' bacteria in space

Scientists have discovered a multi-drug resistant bacteria called 'Enterobacter bugandensis' in space. which is developed in the closed environment on the International Space Station (ISS). It has become more powerful. It is often called a 'superbug' as it is multi-drug resistant. This bacterium infects the respiratory system, thus extending the stay in space of the Boeing Company's Starliner spacecraft (Sunita Williams).

On June 6, the Boeing Starliner reached space

Sunita Williams and her fellow astronaut Barry Eugene Butch Wilmore arrive at the International Space Station on June 6, 2024 aboard the new Boeing Starliner spacecraft. Meanwhile, ISRO said it is likely to spend another week in the low-earth orbit laboratory before returning to Earth after testing.

Sunita Williams made history

Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams successfully flew into space for the third time on Wednesday (5). Sunita and one of her colleagues successfully flew the Boeing Company's Starliner spacecraft. Sunita Williams made history by becoming the first member of the International Space Station. Boeing's crewed flight test mission carrying Williams and Butch Wilmore launched from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida after several delays. Sunita Williams, an American citizen of Indian origin, has made history as the first woman to fly on such a mission.

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