NASA is suspending all but
the most urgent spacewalks after water was found in an astronaut's helmet following a March excursion,
This means that astronauts will
not go outside and perform extravehicular activities (EVAs) unless there is a pressing need for repairs on the International Space Station.
This is the second time spacewalks
have been suspended due to unexpected water leakage, although the last time in July 2013 was far more serious.
During 2013 incident, ESA astronaut
experienced a severe water leak that ended up covering most of his face. His spacewalk was cut short due to the MALFUNCTION
NASA suspended all spacewalks
back then amid an investigation, which culminated in a December 2013 report that identified multiple factors, from the spacesuit's construction to NASA procedures
The agency plans to return
both the water samples and the spacesuit filters back to Earth as part of the ongoing investigation.