A lost foot restraint slowed but didn't stop the two-man crew of the International Space Station, who completed a 6 1/2-hour spacewalk last week after controllers in Moscow allowed them to add an hour to the time they spent outside in the Russian Orlan spacesuits. Cosmonaut Pavel Vinogradov, the Expedition 13 commander, and NASA Science Office Jeff Williams had planed to spend 5 hours, 40 minutes outside the ISS on a variety of maintenance and repair tasks. But loss of the foot ...

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