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Two spacewalking astronauts successfully rewired half of the international space station on Thursday. (CNN — 16 hours ago)
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Spacewalkers rewire half of orbiting station
Spacewalkers rewire half of orbiting station

Two spacewalking astronauts successfully rewire half of theinternational space station. – (The Age — 15 December, 2006)
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Two spacewalking astronauts successfully rewired half of the international space station on Thursday, a job that when finished will allow the orbiting outpost to double the size of its crew and add two more labs in the coming years. (MSNBC — 15 December, 2006)
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CAPE CANAVERAL — Two spacewalking astronauts rewired half of the international space station on Thursday, a job that when finished will allow the orbiting outpost to double the size of its crew and add two more labs in the coming years. (Washington Post — 3 hours ago)
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The Discovery crew may have to perform an unscheduled spacewalk to fix a stuck solar panel on the International Space Station (ISS). (BBC News — 15 December, 2006)
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NASA says two astronauts have successfully wrapped up a complex second spacewalk in the shuttle Discoverys 12-day mission to refurbish the International Space Station Mission specialist Robert (ABC News — 15 December, 2006)
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Electricity-generating solar array served as a temporary power source aboard the orbiting outpost. (Washington Post — 14 December, 2006)
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In fits and starts, NASA began retracting via remote control a solar panel on the international space station Wednesday, likening the tricky task to folding a road map back up and stuffing it in the glove compartment. (MSNBC — 14 December, 2006)
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Two Discovery astronauts have stepped out into space for the first of three spacewalks to install a new metal structure to the International Space Station (ISS) A NASA spokesman says Robert Curbeam (ABC News — 13 December, 2006)
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Space shuttle Discovery docks with the space station after an inspection showed no visible damage on lift-off. (BBC News — 12 December, 2006)
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Dec. 12 — Astronauts completed a nearly seven-hour spacewalk Tuesday, the first of three difficult forays outside space shuttle Discovery during its stay at the international space station. (Washington Post — 45 minutes ago)
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Astronauts completed the first of three difficult spacewalks to be performed during space shuttle Discovery’s stay at the international space station. (CNN — 13 December, 2006)
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Astronauts guided into place and bolted down a 2-ton addition to the international space station Tuesday, making the first of three difficult spacewalks during space shuttle Discovery’s stay at the orbiting lab. (MSNBC — 13 December, 2006)
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Space shuttle Discovery looks to be in good health so far, NASA managers said Sunday, although it will be at least two days before engineers can rule out any possible damage from the program’s first night launch in four years. (MSNBC — 11 December, 2006)
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