NASA almost made history this week by launching the first all-female spacewalk team.
On Friday, NASA astronauts Anne McClaine and Christina Koch were slotted to take a spacewalk outside the International Space Station. McClaine and Koch were to upgrade the batteries in one part of the ISS solar arrays as part of a larger upgrade to the station's power system.
However, NASA said, the space walk has been adjusted due to a lack of spacesuits that fit the women properly. According to NASA, only one "medium-size hard upper torso" spacesuit can be made available by Friday, so Koch will participate in the spacewalk without McClain.
McClain will perform her next spacewalk on Monday, April 8 instead.
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