NASA space crew search for air leak
"In September 2019, NASA and its international partners first saw indications of a slight increase above the standard cabin air leak rate," NASA said in a statement. It said the crew, composed of NASA's Chris Cassidy and Russia's Ivan Vagner and Anatoly Ivanishin, would close the station's hatches this weekend to monitor air pressure and find the source of the leak. NASA and Roscosmos said the situation represented no immediate danger to the crew or to the space station.

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