Astronauts take 'shelter' as space debris swings by
Crew members at the International Space Station took shelter inside the two Soyuz capsules after space debris was spotted.
June 28th, 2011
12:29 PM ET

Astronauts take 'shelter' as space debris swings by

(CNN) - NASA ordered the six crew members at the International Space Station to "shelter in place" Monday when space debris came tumbling toward the station's orbit.

An all-clear announcement followed 41 minutes later. An investigation is under way to find out how close the debris came and where it was from, said NASA spokesman Joshua Buck.

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