HOUSTON – Cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Artemyev struggled at times to install a phased array communications antenna at the start of a June 19 spacewalk outside the Russian segment of the International Space Station that included the relocation of science platforms and experiments. The 7 hr., 23 min. spacewalk was the first for both fliers. All scheduled tasks were completed. After a brief delay in the gathering of tools and equipment, Skvortson and Artemyev emerged from the ...

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