Spacewalk tonight aims for cooling system repair

12/24/2013 | Space.com

A Christmas Eve spacewalk is planned at the International Space Station, where astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Mike Hopkins may be able to complete repairs to the station's malfunctioning cooling system. "We are not working any possible conjunctions or avoidance maneuvers for a sleigh being pulled by reindeer and occupied by a jolly man with a beard and a red suit over the next two days," NASA spokesman Rob Navias joked. "The skies are all clear."

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