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Thank God for the Russians eh?

Astronauts returned to the U.S. side of the International Space Station on Wednesday, hours after an apparent false alarm raised concerns about an ammonia leak and forced a partial evacuation.

The six crew members shut down the U.S. segment and hung out on the station's Russian side for much of the day while ground controllers went about troubleshooting the problem. Eleven hours after the alarm arose, mask-wearing astronauts went back in and sampled the air.

"No ammonia indication," NASA reported in a tweet.

Full story here:http://www.nbcnews.com/science/space...-alarm-n285906

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Astronauts returned to the U.S. side of the International Space Station on Wednesday, hours after an apparent false alarm raised concerns about an ammonia leak and forced a partial evacuation.

The six crew members shut down the U.S. segment and hung out on the station's Russian side for much of the day while ground controllers went about troubleshooting the problem. Eleven hours after the alarm arose, mask-wearing astronauts went back in and sampled the air.

"No ammonia indication," NASA reported in a tweet.

Full story here:http://www.nbcnews.com/science/space...-alarm-n285906
Putin. Sabotage. Russians. WWIII.

WERE ALL GONNA DIE!!!!


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Putin. Sabotage. Russians. WWIII.

WERE ALL GONNA DIE!!!!

Haha, of course lol

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