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Watch live as NASA astronauts spacewalk to install a new automated docking ring on the ISS

TechCrunch Wednesday, 21 August 2019
NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan are setting out today to perform the installation of a new International Docking Adapter (IDA) on the International Space Station that will provide another way for futuer crew craft flown by commercial providers to bring astronauts to the orbital research platform. This is the second IDA to be […]
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News video: NASA astronauts go for spacewalk outside ISS

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NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Andrew Morgan of Expedition 60 embarked Wednesday on a six-and-a-hour spacewalk to install the International Docking Adapter-3 at the International Space Station, which is part of a second docking port that will accomodate future arrivals of commercial crew spacecrafts....

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