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There is an urgent but not an emergency situation on board the International Space Station (ISS) that may require a space walk repair, NASA has told NBC News.
Earlier today one of two cooling loops on the ISS stopped working, which engineers believe was caused by a problem with a flow-control valve.
They are currently re-routing the space station's cooling systems onto the working loop, which means prioritising life control system, science experiments and electrical systems, NASA said.
Should an urgent space walk repair be required, it will take place in the next 24-48 hours.
There are currently three Russian. two American and one Japanese astronauts on board the ISS.
After the Prime Minister's infamous "selfie" with Barack Obama and the Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt at Nelson Mandela's memorial service, Ed Miliband has posed for a similar picture with Joey Essex, the star of ITV2 reality TV show The Only Way Is Essex.
The pair were at the Millies - the Sun's Military Awards - tonight in London.
The Danish prime minister will not be sharing the "selfie" she took with David Cameron and Barack Obama, broadcaster DR Forsiden reported.
Helle Thorning-Schmidt jokingly journalists today the rest of the world will not see the famous photograph because "it was not a very good picture".
Asked about the criticism that it was inappropriate to take a "selfie" during Nelson Mandela's memorial service, Ms Thorning-Schmidt replied, "Basically it was a festive event which celebrated a man who has lived 95 years and achieved so much in his life".
She said there were lots of photographs being taken of President Obama that day, adding, "I thought it was kind of funny".
She is the daughter-in-law to the former Labour leader Lord Kinnock.
Schools in England are suffering from a culture of "casual acceptance" of classroom misbehaviour, Ofsted's chief inspector has warned.
In his second annual report, Sir Michael Wilshaw warned there is also a trend of white working class children being left behind and a "postcode lottery" in schools.
ITV News political correspondent Romilly Weeks reports from Norfolk:
Sir Michael highlights that children who attend schools in London, Greater Manchester and Devon are "lucky" as they have a better chance of a decent education.
"Unlucky" areas stated in the report include the Isle of Wight, Northumberland and Norfolk.