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An Olympic Moment in Space

An Olympic Moment in Space

Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kotov and Sergei Ryazansky took the Olympic torch on its first historic spacewalk Saturday. The two proudly passed it off to each other outside the International Space Station, as they floated 260 miles above the Earth. The torch has been on board spacecraft previously but has never before been exposed to the vacuum of space. Watch video of the event at NASA.gov.

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