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Astro_Cristina and Astro_Jessica successfully completed the Spacewalkers.

Friday has been a historic day, as it was the first time two women collaborated with Spacewalker, the first time two female astronauts Astro_Christina & Astro_Jessica did Spacewalker out of ISS, another mission in human space exploration. Officially completed, Spacewalkers did this Spacewalker to replace another failed power unit of Space_Station, astronauts took 7 hours and 17 minutes to work outside Space_Station, The mission successfully.

Science experiments continue on the International Space Station by astronauts, two NASA astronauts successfully completing their first spacewalk together.  A day in advance of the campaign 61crew researched various types of space events, and reviewed the procedures for more to happen.

To replace a failed power controller by flight engineers Christina Koch and Jessica Mir, venture into another vacuum, also known as a battery charge-discharge unit (BCDU).  The BCDU controls for charging the battery for the orbiting lab system.  Amidst the preparations for the spacewalk, the crew continued ongoing microgravity experiments, with astronauts setting aside time today to conduct research on cancer medicine, DNA sequencing, planetary robotics and space agriculture.

Morgan established protein crystals important for tumor growth and survival in a microscope for observation and photography.  Koch continued to discover the feasibility of sequencing microbial DNA in microgravity.  Morgan grew tumors in a microscope for observation and photography, and established an important protein crystal for survival.  Koch continued to explore the feasibility of sequencing microbial DNA in microgravity.


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