Two astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) completed the 200th spacewalk in the station’s history, in order to perform a number of maintenance and upgrade tasks outside the orbital laboratory. The spacewalk, designated US EVA-42, got underway at 13:08 PM GMT and was shortened to just over four hours due to a battery life concern.
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