ISS Crew Finds, Patches Leak, But Source Proves More Elusive

Credit: NASA
If it were just about anywhere but the hull of a spacecraft, the 2-mm (0.08-in.) drill hole found in a Soyuz capsule docked at the International Space Station (ISS) likely would have passed unnoticed. But while four astronauts and two cosmonauts slept the night of Aug. 29, mission control centers in...

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