New problem with spacewalk mission

Credit: NASA
Credit: NASA
News! NASA has postponed a major U.S. spacewalk mission outside the International Space Station. NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hey and JAXA astronaut Akihiko Hoshide were due to go into space on August 24, but this was postponed today, August 23, due to a small medical problem with the NASA astronaut, but it is not a medical emergency, NASA said. The crew from the International Space Station (ISS) is still working on the ISS, inside.

The date on which the mission can be resumed is also being analyzed now, but also if it will be with the same astronauts, we hope so. NASA has also announced that SpaceX and some Russian space companies will have missions to the ISS in the near future, so it is unknown when NASA's mission can resume. 

Read more about the details of the mission, if it was done on August 24, here:

We wish success NASA and JAXA to slove the problems and retry the mission.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen