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ISS Space Technology

Russian Vehicle Delivers Spacesuit Repair Kit To ISS 39

Posted by timothy
from the why-didn't-they-pay-the-$4-for-overnight? dept.
A Russian spacecraft has successfully delivered new supplies to the ISS. Crucially, its payload is meant to prevent a repeat of the aborted spacewalk of earlier this month. Says the article:: "The cargo ship is loaded with nearly 3 tons (2.7 tonnes) of food, fuel, hardware and science experiment equipment for the six-person crew of the station's Expedition 36 mission. Among its cargo is a set of tools intended to help the astronauts investigate and patch up the spacesuit that malfunctioned during a July 16 spacewalk outside the orbiting laboratory."
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Russian Vehicle Delivers Spacesuit Repair Kit To ISS

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