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and future launches.

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ISS Spacewalks

Expedition 24 is preparing for 3 spacewalks. All EVAs are expected to last approximately 6 hours as the crew focuses on data cable installation and camera replacement/relocation, as well as replacement of a coolant pump. The first spacewalk is planned for the end of July, with two more in early August. More information on these missions can be found at the ISS website.

Be sure to join for additional coverage of these events. All times Pacific.

Monday, July 26 — 6:00pm - 12:00am
Tuesday, July 27 — 12:00am - 6:00am
Saturday, August 7 — 12:00am - 12:00pm
Wednesday, August 11 — 12:00am - 9:00am

Schedule Subject to Change

Discovery STS-133

The crew of STS-133 is targeted to lift off early November. This will be one of the final missions of the space shuttle program. Check out the Space Shuttle website for more information.

We hope you'll join for additional coverage of this mission. Please check back as further updates become available. All times Pacific.

Monday, November 1 — TBD

Schedule Subject to Change
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