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an astronaut who is active outside a spacecraft in outer space

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Lead flight director Royce Renfrew, who called an early end to the spacewalk, stressed that the situation was not an emergency and insisted neither spacewalker was in danger.
Spacewalker is bold yet balanced with spicy, fruity flavors.
The spacewalk ended short of its scheduled six-and-a-half-hour time frame after Mastracchio, the lead spacewalker, said that his feet were cold during at least part of the nearly five-and-a-half-hour walk, and he at times had to re-adjust temperature controls in his suit.
Midway through the spacewalk, the spacewalkers were still dry.
It's an honor to be walking, spacewalking with a Hubble spacewalker," Fincke told Feustel, part of the 2009 Hubble repair team.
That visit from men with badges and guns asking about her son came as an unwelcome surprise, as Harris learned in a telephone call that brought the future spacewalker down to Earth fast.
FLYING HIGH: Sam Boylett from Yarm shows off his Spacewalker 2, above TAKE-OFF: Crowds keep their eyes on the skies, left and below, as model aircrafts are airbourne, above
Spacewalker Leonov nearly died when his space suit pressurized to the point that he could not reenter the capsule, and he had to nearly completely deflate it to get back in.
Astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, 45, who is the lead spacewalker on the space shuttle Endeavour, is a 1980 graduate of Derham Hall, the high school in St.
It was one of the largest items ever to be lost by a spacewalker, and occurred during an unprecedented attempt to clean and lube a gummed-up joint on a solar panel.
Dnoces is simply "Second" spelled backward--a tricky tribute to Edward White II, America's first spacewalker.
An experienced spacewalker and veteran of two shuttle flights, Reilly previously flew to the Russian Space Station Mir as part of the STS-89 crew in 1998.
Whitson, who already is the leading female spacewalker in history, will be designated extravehicular crew member 1 (EV-1) wearing a suit with red stripes.