International Space Station managers are eager to return to science, and normalcy, after Expedition 24 flight engineers Doug Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson finished repairs to the crippled cooling system last week, completing their third spacewalk devoted to the task in 10 days. “For all intents and purposes the station is back where it was,” NASA spokesman Kyle Herring declared Aug. 18. Scientific research has been curtailed since late July, but “all” activities were supposed to have ...

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