Ammonia leak locator heads to International Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) is in some ways like most homes — over time, it occasionally requires repairs. When the ammonia cooling system on the exterior of the ISS springs a leak, however, tracking down its location is by no means an easy task. So researchers and engineers from SRS, a manufacturer of test instruments, and NASA’s Johnson Space Center and Goddard Space Flight Center teamed up to create an “Ammonia Leak Locator.”
Ammonia leak locator heads to International Space Station

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