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Flying high above the Earth, the International Space Station could be in for a major repair. NASA officials say they are working to fix a problem with the cooling system. One of the cooling pumps automatically shut down Wednesday after detecting abnormal temperatures. SOUNDBITE: KENNY TODD, ISS MISSION OPERATIONS INTEGRATION MANAGER, SAYING: "We haven't lost any primary functionality. There is some redundancy that we are down right now. But, again, that is not something that I would call critical to day to day station operations." NASA officials say the problem does not pose a risk to the six astronauts aboard the space station. Engineers will determine if a spacewalk is necessary to replace the faulty cooling pump. SOUNDBITE: KENNY TODD, ISS MISSION OPERATIONS INTEGRATION MANAGER, SAYING: "If in the near term discussions, it doesn't look like there's anything that's on the horizon, then we'll look at other options that might have to be c