Astronauts plug hole in International Space Station


NASA says astronauts successfully plugged a hole in the International Space Station.  The ISS crew used a cloth wipe saturated with sealant to stop air from leaking through the hole.  There's no immediate word on what caused the two-millimeter-wide hole in the space station, but NASA says the crew was never in danger.  A small leak was discovered by on-board sensors Wednesday night, and astronauts found it yesterday in the Russian Soyuz ferry ship. 

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