A piece of space debris has punched a hole in one of the International Space Station’s robotic arms.Nasa and the Canadian Space Agency announced on Friday that they found a 5mm puncture during a routine inspection of Canadarm2, Canada’s autonomous arm, on May 12.The arm is used to transport spacewalking astronauts outside the station and deploy science experiments in orbit. It appears to be working properly despite the hole, according to the Canadian Space Agency.It’s unknown what the piece of…



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