HOUSTON – Cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station have removed the heater from a water reclamation system in the Russian segment Zvezda service module from which smoke issued briefly on June 10, according to NASA’s Mission Control. The station’s six-member crew was in no danger from the incident, and the faulty hardware was placed in a rubber bag and stowed in the Russian Progress 55 cargo capsule. The freighter is scheduled to depart the orbiting science ...

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