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1st battery-replacement spacewalk completed at ISSDerek RichardsonJanuary 6th, 2017
Two NASA astronauts on the first of two spacewalks outside the International Space Station (ISS) made swift work to help with the replacement of old batteries with new lithium-ion units. They even had enough time leftover to perform several get-ahead tasks.
Robotics work clears way for Friday spacewalkDerek RichardsonJanuary 4th, 2017
On Friday, NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Peggy Whitson will venture outside the 400-metric-ton International Space Station (ISS) on the first of two spacewalks to begin a multi-year process of upgrading the outpost’s power system.
ISS Expedition 50 crew preps for January spacewalksDerek RichardsonDecember 24th, 2016
With the Japanese Kounotori 6 cargo craft firmly attached to the International Space Station's Harmony module, the six-person Expedition 50 crew is heading into the holiday weekend with images of spacewalk preparations dancing in their heads.