Russian Spacewalkers to Install Videocams Providing ISS-View of Earth

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Two Russian cosmonauts on Friday began a spacewalk outside the International Space Station to install camera equipment from UrtheCast, which soon could provide near real-time streaming images to viewers on Earth. Canada-based UrtheCast partnered with the Russian Federal Space Agency to launch two cameras, one high- and one medium-resolution, into space last month. Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kotov and Sergey Ryazanskiy will install the equipment in their spacewalk, which is expected to take about 7 hours.
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