HOUSTON—NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Christina Koch teamed March 29 to advance a much-delayed International Space Station (ISS) power storage battery upgrade on the port side of the six-person orbiting science lab. Hague, on his second spacewalk, and Koch, on her first, completed integration of the final three of six total new Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) batteries delivered in late September aboard a Japanese cargo capsule to replace a dozen aging and less efficient nickel hydrogen (NiH2) ...

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