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Cuba appears at the top of this high oblique image, photographed by one of the Expedition 38 crew members aboard the International Space Station. (Source: NASA.gov)

SpaceX To Try To Launch Station Cargo On Friday

SpaceX will try to launch again on Friday in order to deliver supplies to the International Space Station.

04/16/2014

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NASA: Computer Outage May Force Spacewalk

Astronauts may be forced to venture out on a spacewalk due to a computer outage at the International Space Station.

04/12/2014

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NASA Astronauts Begin Urgent Spacewalking Repairs

A crippled cooling line at the International Space Station prompted a spacewalking Saturday for two astronauts.

12/21/2013

(Source: NASA)  The International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-133 crew member on space shuttle Discovery.

Astronaut May Get Christmas Wish For Spacewalk

Most people, for Christmas, ask for material things. But astronaut Rick Mastracchio, because of a broken cooling system at the spacestation, may actually get a spacewalk or two just in time for the holiday.

12/13/2013

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Spacewalkers Tackle Pending List Of Chores

A list of pending chores, which includes collecting science experiments, sent two astronauts to the International Space Station Tuesday.

07/09/2013

(Source: NASA)

Spacewalkers Plug Ammonia Leak But Monitoring Will Continue

Taking an impromptu spacewalk is not the norm, but in an attempt to replace a serious leaky pump, astronauts traveled outside the International Space Station Saturday.

05/11/2013

The station's robotic arm, Canadarm2, operated by STS-135 astronauts Doug Hurley and Sandy Magnus, grapples the Raffaello multipurpose logistics module from the shuttle's payload bay. Image credit: NASA TV

Astronauts Woken Up By Second Computer Failure

The shuttle astronauts have dealt with another computer problem aboard Atlantis. After the astronauts went to bed late Thursday afternoon, Mission Control woke them up because of a computer failure in one of the shuttle’s five main computers.

CBS4–07/14/2011

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