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NASA has asked its astronauts to spend an extra day in space to inspect the gears controlling the international space station's solar wings
NASA has asked its astronauts to spend an extra day in space to inspect the gears controlling the international space station's solar wings. The Discovery shuttle, on its 34th flight, is now scheduled to return to Earth on November 7. NASA announced on Sunday that during a spacewalk astronaut Daniel Tani discovered black particles, believed to be metal shavings, inside a motorized joint controlling one of the wings. The crew of seven is led by Pamela Melroy. Five spacewalks are planned during Discovery's 14-day mission to the ISS
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