International Space Station crew conduct spacewalk

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International Space Station

(WHNT) – NASA leaders have given the green light to the crew of the International Space Station to conduct a spacewalk.

Commander Scott Kelly and engineer Tim Kopra took part in the spacewalk set that began at 7:10 a.m. The team was tasked with moving a piece of equipment to a worksite on the station’s truss.

The spacewalk is expected to take three-and-a-half hours to complete.

Click here to learn more about the mission associated with the spacewalk