Discovery astronauts conduct second spacewalk
( dpa ) - Two members of the space shuttle Discovery crew on Thursday were conducting their mission's second spacewalk at the International Space Station.
Mike Fossum and Ron Garan were to install two video cameras to the Japanese module Kibo and were also to prepare for the docking of a smaller section of the module.
Their work began at 1504 GMT and was to last about six-and-a-half hours.
Three spacewalks are scheduled during the 14-day mission.