Outside the space station, NASA astronauts do a spacewalk to replace a damaged antenna

Outside the space station, NASA astronauts do a spacewalk to replace a damaged antenna

Tom Marshburn as well as Kayla Barron of Expedition 66 conducted the extravehicular activity (EVA) that lasted 6-hour, 32-minute on December 2, replacing a damaged S-band Antenna Subassembly (SASA) on station's backbone truss with a spare SASA stowed on an ...
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