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Russian Crew Prepares for EVA. / July 13, 2010 /

Russian cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station started pre-EVA operations on Monday. The future EVA is aimed at integration of the new Russian module Rassvet.
Flight engineers Mikhail Kornienko and Fyodor Yurchikhin spent half-a-day studying EVA timeline. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the cosmonauts will prepare EVA tools, ITAR-TASS informs.
The EVA is slated for July 26. The other two space walks should have been made from the USOS, however NASA cancelled one of them.

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