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WASHINGTON (AP) — The pilot of the jet that crash-landed at San Francisco's airport last summer worried privately before takeoff about handling the Boeing 777, especially because runway construction meant he would have to land without any help from a common type of guidance system.
NASA reported a problem Wednesday at the International Space Station but said the crew was not in any danger. One of two large coolant loops at the ISS -- on which electrical systems ride -- shut down earlier in the day, Josh Byerly, a spokesman for the US space agency, told AFP. "At no time was the crew ever in danger," Byerly said. "The crew is fine."