On Thursday, Astronauts Jeff Williams and Kate Rubins will venture outside the International Space Station for the second time in under two weeks for a spacewalk filled with a variety of ISS outfitting tasks. The primary task of EVA-37 is the retraction and stowage of the Trailing Thermal Control Radiator (TTCR) at the port end of the Station's Truss. The spacewalkers will also put in place a new HD video camera, inspection the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint and perform get ahead tasks if time permits.

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