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In Photos: Expedition 61 mission to the International Space Station

The astronauts of Expedition 61 to International Space Station have had some memorable moments during their long-term stay at the orbiting laboratory, like the first all-woman spacewalk (opens in new tab) and a new record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman (opens in new tab)

Their male counterparts also tackled some complicated spacewalks to repair the ailing Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (opens in new tab) experiment. Click through this Space.com gallery to see more of their adventures in space. 

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