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File:STS-118 glove damage.jpg


Close up view of an apparent hole found in a glove of astronaut Rick Mastracchio during the third EVA of Mission STS-118. The two astronauts floating outside the International Space Station were forced to cut short the EVA.
Date 15 August 2007
Author NASA


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