ULA Prepares Atlas V For Launch Late-Night Tuesday Written 16 October 2018

The Houston Chronicle reports that NASA canceled a spacewalk planned for Friday following the failure of a Russian Soyuz spacecraft last week. No decision has been made on a second spacewalk planned for October 25. According to NASA Johnson Space Center spokesman Kelly Humphries, it will take “a few days at least to sort out the near-term impacts” of the aborted Soyuz mission. Humphries added, “At this point, about the only things that are completely off the plate are an immediate crew launch and the US [spacewalk] happening as soon as Oct. 19.”
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