Airlock Issue Shortens U.S. Spacewalk

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—An airlock problem forced NASA to ease off plans for a crammed six to seven hour spacewalk outside the International Space Station on May 12. The excursion ultimately was limited to the successful change out of a large external avionics box that had already been delayed more than a month, as...

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