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Toiletlek on the ISS: astronauts are confronted with almost 10 litres of spraying water
Science & Planet A leaking toilet on board the international space station (ISS). Unfortunately, you can't take a plumber to enable. And so should the astronauts Saturday itself roll up your sleeves when a failed installation of a component of nearly 10 litres of water in it around the tip, in an environment of weightlessness.

The incident happened when the crew of a new part wanted place, reports NASA. When the Quick Disconnect Module’ decoupled, the tip of 9.5 litres of water out of the toilet in the Tranquility Section’ (in Node 3) of the station. From a report by NASA shows that the crew “with towels” the mess again opkuiste and the leak also was able to recover.

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