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He found a very special way to remember his longest space walk outside the ISS, the International Space Station, the American astronaut Aaron Wallace. Once back on board, during a live link broadcast on the Station’s FB profile, he told that during the hours spent out, the main thought was directed at his seven-year-old son Adam, who had three afflicted with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
This is testified by the photos taken during the seven-hour space walk, during which Adam’s blood sugar levels rose sharply. This represents the record for remote glycemic control in terms of distance. Before returning home, the astronaut plans to do one last extravehicular activity to prepare the station for the berthing of future capsules.
The International Space Station, which is in orbit between 330 km and 435 km above sea level and has been travelling at an average speed of 27 600 km/h, has been inhabited since 2 November 2000. In recent years, crews of different nationalities have alternated on board, consisting of two to six astronauts. It should remain in operation until 2024, the date set for achieving the scientific objectives, before being partially dismantled, destroyed or reused.
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