Officials hope spacewalk fixes ammonia leak on ISS

05/12/2013 | National Geographic News · CNN

NASA officials believe "a serious leak" of ammonia coolant in a power system on the International Space Station was fixed during a spacewalk Saturday. The ammonia is used to cool the space station's electric system. The leak could affect some experiments if not fixed. The coolant leak was first detected Thursday, said ISS Program Manager Mike Suffredini.

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