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A Leaky Mystery, Now in the ISS History

Jimin K., Staff Writer

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Two hundred fifty miles above Earth, a small hole was discovered leaking pressurized air out of a capsule on the International Space Station (ISS). The people on board, three Americans, two Russians, and one German, luckily were not in danger. The leak has been patched up, but NASA still doesn’t know how the hole got there in the first place. The Russians first thought that a micro-meteoroid, tiny space rocks that travel at thousands of miles per hour, caused the hole in the capsule. They scratched idea after they examined the hole and determined that the impact was likely made from the inside of the capsule. So here’s the question: What really caused the hole in the capsule on the ISS?

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