Russian Cosmonauts Spend Six Hours In Open Space

At 19:08, Moscow time, Russian cosmonauts Vladimir Dezhurov and Mikhail Tyurin of the 2nd live-in expedition aboard the International Space Station finished work in open space and entered the ISS airlock. They prepared the Russian docking unit Pirs for reception of spaceships and did research work on the space station's surface. The cosmonauts spent approximately six hours in extravehicular activities.

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