One computer failed in the Russian module on the International Space Station (ISS).
Roskosmos, a Russian space agency, told the BBC there is no danger for the crew and the smooth operation of the station will provide the remaining two computers. Repair repairs on Thursday.
Last month she had to drop the rocket that was on the ISS. Her crew was Nick Hague of NASA and Aleksei Ovchinin of Roskosmos. They are currently at the station Sergei Prokopov, Serena Aunon-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst. Other members should join them in early December.