Station should be set in terms of power. For the rest of its life.
Less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Bank in the second of four overall to replace the last with space station's old solar batteries. The astronauts actually got a head start on today's work. Last Friday was a great time, so they removed five old batteries and installed to new and more powerful ones. These batteries charged up in sunlight, then keep the station running what it goes into darkness. Once the job is complete, NASA managers say station should be set in terms of power. For the rest of its life. Peter King, CBS News, Orlando and ex says she's out to set the record straight symbols are a language Vinci Code author Dan Brown's ex wife is suing him, claiming you lead a double life during their marriage that included affairs