International Space Station hatches closed for air leak search

At the International Space Station, the 63rd long-term expedition crew isolates for the weekend in the Russian segment of the ISS to locate the air leak. 

The International Space Station. Image credit: Theverge

To continue routine activities, Roscosmos cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin, Ivan Vagner and NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy will have Zarya, Zvezda and Poisk modules accessible, as well as the Progress MS cargo spacecraft and the Soyuz MS crewed spacecraft. 

During their work, the crew will transmit online information on the atmosphere condition to Mission Control Centers of the participant countries. The hatches are scheduled to open on Monday, September 28, after 08:00 UTC.

Source: Roscosmos