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    Int'l Spacestation Springs a Leak

    FILE - This May 23, 2011 file photo released by NASA shows the International Space Station at an altitude of approximately 220 miles above the Earth, taken by Expedition 27 crew member Paolo Nespoli from the Soyuz TMA-20 following its undocking. NASA on Thursday, May 9, 2013 said the International Space Station has a radiator leak in its power system. The outpost's commander calls the situation serious, but not life-threatening. (AP Photo/NASA, Paolo Nespoli, File)

    Paolo Nespoli/NASA, via AP,Paolo Nespoli

    There must not be AAA in space. After a radiator leak at the International Space Station began sending white flakes of ammonia into space, a NASA spokesman said an emergency spacewalk may be necessary to fix the problem. Though the spokesman called the spacewalk only a “possibility,” astronauts at the space station are sending tweets that make the ordeal seem a certainty: “Good Morning, Earth! Big change in plans, spacewalk tomorrow, Chris Cassidy and Tom Marshburn are getting suits and airlock ready. Cool!”  

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