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Water system breaks at International Space Station – The New Daily

A system to prepare drinking water has broken on the International Space Station, possibly due to a leak, according to an announcement by the US space

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A system to prepare drinking water has broken on the International Space Station, possibly due to a leak, according to an announcement by the US space agency NASA.
“The crew is in no danger and has multiple spare parts aboard to begin the repair process, which is expected to be complete early next week,” read a note from NASA published on Wednesday.
The space agency said there was enough water on the station for the crew’s needs for several months and that there are replacement parts on board.
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