WASHINGTON (TIP): A pair of American astronauts stepped outside the International Space Station on October 15 on a spacewalk to do repairs and upkeep at the orbiting outpost, Nasa said. Reid Wiseman and Barry “Butch” Wilmore began their spacewalk at 8:16 am (1216 GMT), starting an excursion that is scheduled to last six and a half hours. “During today’s spacewalk, Wiseman and Wilmore will replace a voltage regulation device called a sequential shunt unit and relocate camera and television equipment,” Nasa said in a statement. The spacewalk is being broadcast live on Nasa’s television and website.

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