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TODAY   |  May 10, 2013

Space station leaking vital coolant above Earth

NASA says that a radiator leak on the power system of the International Space Station, 200 miles above Earth, is serious but not life-threatening. Engineers are working to re-route electronics to avoid the leak and as of now, there are no emergency plans to evacuate the crew of six, including two American astronauts.

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>> there's a leak on the international space station some 200 miles above the earth. nasa says the radiator leak of the space station 's power system is serious but not life-threat nipping. engineers are working to reroute electronics to avoid the leak and officials say they will know more today. as of now there are no emergency plans to evacuate the crew of six which includes two american astronauts.

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