This NASA TV video grab shows NASA astronauts Jeff Williams making repairs and installing new equipment during a spacewalk at the International Space Station on Sept. 1, 2016. / AFP / NASA TV / Lizabeth MENZIES /
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Two U.S. astronauts went for a spacewalk outside the International Space Station Thursday to pack up a spare cooling radiator and install a high-definition television camera outside the orbiting laboratory, a NASA TV broadcast showed.Williams, along with Russian cosmonauts Alexey Ovchinin and Oleg Skripochka, are scheduled to climb aboard one of the two Soyuz docked at the station on Tuesday, ending their 172-day mission.Williams, 58, will return home as NASA's most-experienced astronaut. During his four space flights, including three stints aboard the space station, Williams surpassed the 520-day cumulative record of former U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly with a record 534 days in orbit.
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