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After a short but successful spacewalk last week three Expedition 54 crew members now turn their attention to a return to Earth. #SpaceToGround
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A pair of astronauts opened up #BEAM today as three Expedition 54 crew members continued preparing for their return to Earth next week. https://t.co/vUNcyPzKBE
Robotic technology originally developed for the International Space Station is finding a new home in the operating room. Drive is an automated robotic arm that tracks the movement of a surgeon’s tools and helps to expedite brain and spinal surgeries.
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Two crews are preparing to swap places on the International Space Station while human research is still ongoing aboard the orbital laboratory today. https://t.co/nitWTCRVRE
Three Expedition 54 crew mates are in the final week of their mission and are packing up for a return to Earth Feb. 27. https://t.co/MaH3Umi0us
Questions about spacewalks? @Astro_Komrade & wi@Astro2fishll be answering live from 's @NASA_JohnsonNeutral Buoyancy Lab training pool on the International Space Station Facebook page momentarily: https://t.co/mYvPD8Knsn
Questions about spacewalks? @Astro_Komrade & wi@Astro2fishll be answering live from 's @NASA_JohnsonNeutral Buoyancy Lab training pool on the International Space Station Facebook page tomorrow: https://t.co/mYvPD8Knsn
#ICYMI: Spacewalkers Stow Robotic Hands ⚡️@Astro_Sabot and @Astro_Kanai worked outside Feb. 18, 2018, stowing robotic hands for future use as spares on the @csa_asc Canadarm2 robotic arm.
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A Russian resupply ship delivered more than three tons of cargo, two U.S. spacewalkers transferred a pair of older robotic hands and a NASA astronaut talked to Texas students this week on #SpaceToGround.
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Astronauts Mark Vande Hei and Norishige Kanai completed a robotics maintenance spacewalk at 12:57pm ET today lasting 5 hours and 57 minutes. https://t.co/M80fmbY60a
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