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  1. Watch Cosmonauts on a Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station From the Comfort of Earth

    Let's hope nobody almost drowns in their helmet!

    Today Cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Artemyev will leave the relative comfort and safety of the International Space Station for a scheduled six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk. You can watch the entire thing through NASA TV's live stream, and you don't even have to leave Earth.

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  2. Turns out Luca Parmitano’s Spacesuit Leak Was Discovered a Week Before It Almost Drowned Him

    "Sorry about that time we sent you into space in a death trap." - NASA, basically.

    We were all pretty horrified to hear that Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano almost drowned in his space suit on a spacewalk outside the ISS in July, but details are just now emerging that the leak was discovered a week earlier. At the time, it appeared that the leak wasn't a threat, so they let him use the suit again, which didn't go so great.

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  3. Watch Live as Cosmonauts Spacewalk to Reinstall UrtheCast Cameras on the Space Station Right Now

    This is happening above your head RIGHT NOW.

    Russian cosmonauts Commander Oleg Kotov and Flight Engineer Sergey Ryazanskiy will undertake a spacewalk beginning at 9:10AM EST today to install cameras on the outside of the ISS for the UrtheCast streaming ISS imagery service. Live coverage begins at 8:30AM, and you can watch them float through space right here.

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  4. The Amazing Photos from Recent ISS Spacewalks Prove Space Makes Everything Better

    Astronauts are better at photography than you, but space is kind of an unfair advantage.

    Thanks to the Internet, it's now super easy for everyone to see what the Earth looks like from an astronaut's point of view. (Mostly it looks frighteningly far away, but also beautiful.) ISS astronauts have been working on the outside of the station a lot recently, so we've got some of the best pictures they took for you.

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  5. Watch Russian Cosmonauts Spacewalk to Install Camera Equipment Outside the Recently Repaired ISS [Live]

    Honestly, we'd just watch them climb around the outside of the space station all day.

    Commander Oleg Kotov and Flight Engineer Sergey Ryazanskiy are installing camera equipment and replacing old seismic activity instruments with updated technology in a seven-hour spacewalk today. You can watch the Earth float by underneath them (if that doesn't make you vomit) as they demonstrate how awesome tech support is in space.

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  6. [Updated] Watch Live Stream of Spacewalk as Astronauts Attempt to Repair International Space Station

    Go ahead. Try to think of a better gift idea than, "A properly functioning space station."

    International Space Station astronauts will be working to repair the faulty coolant system with a series of spacewalks that begin early Saturday morning. You can watch live right here with coverage starting on NASA TV at 6:15AM EST with the spacewalk beginning at 7:10AM.

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  7. Cosmonauts Just Took the Olympic Torch on a Spacewalk

    Is there ever a time when people on the ISS don't have the best job?

    The Olympic torch has boldly gone where no Olympic torch has gone before: into the vacuum of space! Today at 9:34am EST, two Russian cosmonauts (Oleg Kotov and Sergey Ryazanskiy) began a six-hour spacewalk, moving the torch around the International Space Station to honor the 2014 Sochi Winter Games.

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  8. Watch This Morning’s Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station Live Right Here

    There are people walking in space and you can watch it from your desk. Amazing.

    The crew of the International Space Station have finished prepping for this morning's scheduled spacewalk, and they're expecting to open the hatch on the airlock at 7:40AM EDT. You can watch the NASA TV coverage right here, and be amazed that there are people floating in space while you have your morning coffee.

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  9. Luca Parmitano Recounts that Time He Almost Drowned in Space

    His helmet began filling with water in space, and he lived to blog about it.

    During a spacewalk on July 16th, Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano began complaining that his head felt wet. That was because his helmet was filling with water. That shouldn't happen. The spacewalk was cut short, and Parmitano is fine. Now a month later he's given a firsthand account on his blog on the ESA site.

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  10. Astronaut Chris Cassidy Explains Luca Parmitano’s Spacesuit Leak [Video]

    Uh, we had a slight spacesuit malfunction, but uh... everything's perfectly all right now.

    On July 16th a scheduled spacewalk was aborted early when Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano's helmet began filling with water. In two new videos by NASA, Chris Cassidy -- the other astronaut on the spacewalk -- explains what went wrong while on board the ISS. You'll learn a lot about spacesuits. Take a look.

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