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Still Waters

Nasa: First ever all-female spacewalk begins

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In one giant leap for womankind, the first all-female spacewalk is under way, after an earlier cancelled attempt was mired in controversy.

Flight engineers Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will venture out into the vacuum of space in a historic five-and-a-half-hour mission, which will see them replace a power controller on the International Space Station (ISS).

A total of 227 astronauts and cosmonauts have completed a spacewalk, but only 14 of them have been women - and all of those have done so alongside a male astronaut.



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