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Astronauts Take Spacewalk to Fix Space Station Leak

May 11, 2013
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Astronauts made repairs after NASA discovered flakes of ammonia leaking out of the cooling system on the International Space Station.

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Reuters (May 11, 2013) — Two astronauts aboard the International Space Station try to fix an ammonia leak in a cooling system on one of the station's solar arrays.
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AP (May 11, 2013) — Astronauts making a rare, hastily planned spacewalk replaced a pump outside the International Space Station on Saturday in hopes of plugging a serious ammonia leak.
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This Week @ NASA, July 12, 2013

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NASA (July 12, 2013) — Outside the International Space Station, Expedition 36 Flight Engineers Chris Cassidy of NASA and Luca Parmitano of the European Space Agency conducted a 6-hour, 7-minute spacewalk July 9 to replace a communications receiver, relocate grapple bars for future spacewalks and install cables for a future Russian laboratory module. The spacewalk was the fifth for Cassidy and the first for Parmitano, who became the first Italian astronaut to walk in space. CURIOSITY ROVER UPDATE JPL @MarsCuriosity
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