Space King King astronauts prepare the International Space Station for a new solar array

Two space walking astronauts began preparing for this International Space Station (ISS) Fighting tough bolts to remove power upgrade for orbital laboratory for new solar array on Sunday (February 28).

Expedition 64 flight engineers Kate Rubins And Victor Glover – Both NASA astronauts – spent more than seven hours outside the station installing a modification kit for a new solar array during a spacewalk. They worked there to install brackets on the two mast canisters at the base of the outpost’s current solar horn wings and to support the struts, but could only install one kit when assembling the other and storing it later.