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U.S. space shuttle Atlantis docked with the International Space Station Saturday
U.S. space shuttle Atlantis docked with the International Space Station Saturday but a spacewalk to install a European science laboratory was delayed for a day due an astronaut health problem, NASA said Sunday.

"With no impact to the overall mission objectives, the first spacewalk Monday will be conducted by Rex Walheim and Stan Love, who replaces Hans Schlegel," NASA said but did not specify the health problem.

The installation of the $2bln Columbus science laboratory, the first part of the world's sole orbiter to be controlled by the European Space Station, will take place on Monday instead of Sunday, NASA said.


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