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Astronauts who walk in space prepare the International Space Station for new solar arrays

Astronauts who walk in space prepare the International Space Station for new solar arrays

Two space-walking astronauts began to prepare International Space Station (ISS) for the new solar arrays on Sunday (Feb.28), powerful bolts are struggling to start the main power upgrade of the orbiting laboratory.

Expedition 64 flight engineer Kate Robins And the Victor Glover – Both NASA astronauts – they spent more than seven hours working outside the station while walking in space to install modification kits for the new solar arrays. They worked on the port’s edge of the station to install a strut and struts to two mast cases at the base of the current solar flanks of the outpost there, but only managed to anchor one of the groups while assembling the second and storing it for later.

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