Astronauts finish last foreign mission in the Space Station

Two astronauts from space shuttle Discovery today concluded its third and final walk outside the International Space Station (ISS), reported U.S. space agency NASA.

Among other things, on their way out of six hours and half Richard Arnold and Joseph Acaba worked to assemble a small car that moves along a track on the back of the ERA.

The duo continued to work of astronauts in a media fixation with a box in which to store supplies, and in a foreign mission on Saturday was not able to move properly.

Friday had been deployed the fourth and final pair of solar panels on the ISS, so that the electrical supply network of the ERA is completed after years of work.

Discovery departed on Sunday March 15 for its mission of 13 days since the March 28 return to Earth.
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