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Astronauts Take Shelter After Alarm at ISS

The U.S. space agency says no one is in danger following an alarm at the International Space Station, prompting astronauts to evacuate the U.S. section and move to the Russian side. NASA said the six-person space station crew is "safe and in good shape" inside the Russian module. The alarm was related to a possible ammonia leak.  But a NASA official described it as a "false indication," saying there was no hard data to confirm a leak. After the alert...

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