HOUSTON — NASA has selected Aug. 6 and tentatively Aug. 9 for a pair of spacewalks to replace the faulty external cooling pump module identified as the cause of last weekend’s abrupt interruption in cooling aboard the International Space Station. Research activities have been suspended until the external repairs are complete as well. The first excursion by flight engineers Doug Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson is scheduled to get underway on Aug. 6 just before 7 a.m. EDT. After ...
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