NASA: two American astronauts return to the international space station after Spacewalk

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 NASA: two American astronauts return to the international space station after Spacewalk


BEIJING, Oct. 12, according to Russian Satellite Network, a few days ago, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said that astronauts Andrew Morgan and Christina Cook had successfully returned to the International Space Station after nearly seven hours of space walk.

According to reports, at 1438 hours Moscow time on the 11th, astronauts left the International Space Station. Their main task was to replace batteries in the U.S. section of the International Space Station, which NASA broadcast live.

The agency said after the astronauts finished their work in outer space that their work lasted six hours and 45 minutes. During this period, the two men completed the main task of replacing batteries and preparing for the next spacewalk.

Starting in 2017, the International Space Station began to replace batteries. According to previous reports, NASAs live television program will broadcast 10 potentially record-breaking complex spacewalks from October 6, 2019, which have never been seen since the International Space Station was built in 2011.

Source: Responsible Editor of CNN: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541