No Sign Of Ammonia Leak On Space Station After Alarm

Credit: ISS: NASA
HOUSTON – U.S. and European crewmembers aboard the International Space Station retreated to the six-person orbiting lab’s Russian segment early Jan. 14 in response to an alarm that signaled a possible internal leak of toxic ammonia coolant from the NASA-monitored thermal control system. Initially...

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