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NASA said Wednesday it was looking into a problem with a malfunctioning cooling pump on the International Space Station, ...
but there was no immediate danger to the six crewmen on board. (Dec. 11)
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SHOTLIST:NASA - Courtesy Houston, Texas - December 11, 20131. Wide of Mission Control in Houson2. Mid of controllers at Mission ControlNASA FILE FOOTAGE OF ISS - CourtesyUndated File footage of ISS3. Various shots of space station and space walkNASA - Courtesy Houston, Texas - December 11, 20134. Wide of Mission Control NASA FILE FOOTAGE OF ISS - CourtesyUndated File footage of ISS5. Tight of spacewalk outside ISS6. AP Graphic with ISS Crew Photo7.Tight of spacewalk outside ISSNASA - Courtesy Houston, Texas - December 11, 20138.Wide of Mission Control9. Mid of map of ISS orbiting STORYLINE:A MALFUNCTIONING COOLING PUMP ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION HAS NASA SCRAMBLING TO COME UP WITH A FIX.THE AGENCY SAYS THE MALFUNCTION COULD BE A SERIOUS PROBLEM, BUT SAYS IT'S NOT AN EMERGENCY.AND IT SAYS THERE IS NO *IMMEDIATE* DANGER TO THE ORBITER'S SIX MAN CREW.NASA SAYS IT SUSPECTS A VALVE INSIDE THE PUMP WAS FAULTY -- AND GROUND CONTROLLERS MOVED ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLIES TO A DIFFERENT COOLING LOOP.THESE LOOPS KEEP EQUIPMENT INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE SPACE STATION COOL AND FUNCTIONING PROPERLY.WEDNESDAY EVENING NASA SAID THE CREW OF TWO AMERICAN ASTRONAUTS -- THREE RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS -- AND A JAPANESE ASTRONAUT WERE PREPARING TO GO TO BED AS THEY NORMALLY DO -- WHILE ENGINEERS ON THE GROUND TRY TO TROUBLESHOOT THE PROBLEM.SIG OUT / ASSOCIATED PRESS.