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NASA astronauts go for spacewalk outside ISS

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NASA astronauts go for spacewalk outside ISS

NASA astronauts go for spacewalk outside ISS

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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