25 October 2018
The Houston Chronicle reports that NASA has not rescheduled spacewalks “canceled after American astronaut Nick Hague’s launch to the International Space Station was aborted earlier this month.” The spacewalks were originally scheduled for October 13 and Thursday to upgrade the ISS’s power systems. However, NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) Director Mark Geyer “said he is confident everything will sort itself out.” Speaking Wednesday at JSC, Geyer reminded reporters, “I think it’s important to remember they’re flying several vehicles a year...with that flight rate, I don’t think its unusual that you’re going to have these issues. (Image Credit: NASA)
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