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On 7 1/2-hour walk, astronauts attach tank

NASA-TV showed astronauts Rick Mastracchio (left) and Clay Anderson trying to replace a space station tank yesterday. NASA-TV showed astronauts Rick Mastracchio (left) and Clay Anderson trying to replace a space station tank yesterday. (Nasa via Associated Press)
By Associated Press
April 12, 2010

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Spacewalking astronauts had to pull out a hammer and pry bar while attaching a big, new tank full of ammonia coolant to the international space station yesterday, successfully driving in a bolt after two frustrating hours. (Full article: 259 words)

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