With Makeshift Snorkels, NASA Astronauts Start Spacewalk – New York Times

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
New York Times
Two NASA astronauts have begun the first of at least two spacewalks aimed at replacing a malfunctioning pump module that is part of the cooling system for the International Space Station. Related. The Lede: Live Video of Emergency Spacewalk (December
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NASA astronauts begin urgent spacewalking repairsUSA TODAY
Nasa astronauts begin spacewalk to carry out urgent repairsBBC News
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