Water in astronaut's helmet cuts short spacewalk

2016-01-15 20:50
Astronaut during a spacewalk outside the International Space Station. (Nasa, AP)

Astronaut during a spacewalk outside the International Space Station. (Nasa, AP)

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Miami - The discovery of water in the helmet of a US astronaut brought an early end to a spacewalk on Friday at the International Space Station, NASA said.

"The crew is in not in any danger whatsoever," said NASA commentator Rob Navias after astronaut Tim Kopra reported feeling a glob of water about four hours into the spacewalk.

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