NASA halts spacewalks after water leaked into astronaut’s helmet

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NASA is halting all spacewalks at the International Space Station over concerns about the safety of decades-old spacesuits after water leaked into one astronaut’s helmet while working outside the station. CNN’s Kristin Fisher reports. #CNN #News

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