The Hubble Telescope has been out of use for a month – the backup computer didn’t solve the problem either

Nasa has to resort to a risky attempt to fix the Space Telescope Hubble’s Memory Problems. The bug that occurred almost a month ago has not been fixed with the simplest solutions. A solution to the problem was sought by introducing a telescope backup computer and memories, but to no avail.

Earlier this week, Nasa completed a test program to prepare for the launch of numerous Hubble backup systems.

The telescope itself and its research equipment are still operational. According to Nasa, the fault is located in Hubble’s SI C&DH (Science Instrument Command and Data Handling) unit. Failure may be caused by individual components of the SI C & DH unit, such as the CU / SDF (Command Unit / Science Data Formatter).

Another possible source of problems is the unit responsible for power management of the telescope.

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