Cosmonauts Fyodor Yurchikhin and Alexander Misurkin installed a troublesome telescope mount outside the International Space Station during an Aug. 22 spacewalk in which they also resecured a series of loose antenna covers. It was their second excursion outside the orbiting science laboratory’s Russian segment in less than a week. At just under 6 hr., the latest spacewalk followed a Russian record-setting 7-hr., 29-min. Aug. 16 outing in which the two cosmonauts extended solar power ...


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