ISS Springs a Leak?

In SciScoop || The International Space Station Is Running Out Of Gas, we read that the ISS has experienced a minor air pressure drop (11 mm of mercury, or the equivalent of going from sea level to about 300 ft above (Toronto is about 300 ft above sea level, if I recall correctly).

How does one go about finding a slow leak from the space station? You can’t immerse the whole thing in water and look for bubbles…

posted at 12:02 pm on Tuesday, January 06, 2004 in Science and Technology | Comments Off on ISS Springs a Leak?

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