Fixing the coolant pump on ISS: A close look at what will happen during the upcoming spacewalks.


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Fixing the coolant pump on ISS: A close look at what will happen during the upcoming spacewalks.

According to this report, one astronaut will be wearing the spacesuit that leaked water in July. This fact contradicts a previous story that said there were two other suits on the station and that the suspect suit need not be used.

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  • D. K. Williams

    Bob made a point on JBS last night that is the reason I would think long and hard about interplanetary travel. If something breaks on a Mars mission, nobody is coming to help. If it’s a critical component, you either fix it or die.

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