Iowa State aerospace engineering alum Clay Anderson and his Expedition crewmates onboard the International Space Station will move a major piece of equipment, the pressurized mating adapter-3 (PMA-3), this week. The PMA-3 is being relocated to make room for the installation of Harmony, a 23- by 14-foot module, which will arrive on space shuttle Discovery … Continue reading Anderson prepares to use robotic arm
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