Live broadcast emergency repair of the International Space Station

May

11

2013

Live broadcast emergency repair of the International Space Station

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Two days ago, the International Space Station astronauts found that around the ISS flying some strange white flakes. As it turned out later, these white flakes were ammonia, which came out of the holes of the cooling system for solar power system (they feed the station itself). Currently, the ISS astronauts conduct emergency repair the cooling system in space.

The task of the astronauts is a quick fix of ammonia liquid cooling system, which is needed to cool one of the modules of solar mirrors. The situation is not deadly, but they will make it faster, the better.

In the open space are now astronauts Chris Cassidy and Tom Marshbern that and conduct repairs. Approximate running time of 6.5 hours.

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