Astronauts on the International Space Station Can See A Sunset And A Sunrise Every 90 Minutes

The International Space Station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes, according to a NASA scientist.

A temperature range of -250 degrees (during sunset) and 250 degrees Fahrenheit is also present (during sunrise)

The spacesuits have layers of protection and cooling clothing to keep the astronaut comfortable.

Hoshide and Pesquest had left the spacecraft to assemble a support bracket for the third new solar array that would soon be attached to the station.

The mission was successfully completed by the astronauts, and this was the 12th spacewalk seen this year.

NASA's recent move to open the station for commercial use, the energy demand has also increased.

 the team is currently focused on upgrading six out of its eight existing power channels to ensure ample power supply.

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