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Russia is to look at drop in air pressure on ISS
Space specialists gathered Tuesday to investigate the cause of a slow, persistent drop in air pressure on the international space station, while Russian officials differed with Americans over the rate of the decrease and asserted that the problem presents no danger to the two-man crew. Konstantin Kreidenko, a spokesman for the Russian space agency Rosaviakosmos, said a working group had been set up at Russian Mission Control outside Moscow to look for the source of the pressure drop, which he said was probably a small leak.
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