LOCAL 12 - Search Results
CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- It was a success in outer space.
Two astronauts completed a risky spacewalk Sunday morning with only a few small problems.
They repaired a broken cooling system that stopped some of the projects on the International Space Station.
They also removed a 780 pound ammonia pump ahead of schedule.
Everything went as planned but one astronaut did have some discomfort about midway through the five-and-a-half hour switch.
Turns out, his suit had water in it because he had accidentally turned on a water switch.
He is getting fitted for a new suit and Mondays planned spacewalk has been pushed back to Tuesday.