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SL2-100-798 (22 June 1973) --- Close-up view of Skylab 2 crew member Joseph P. Kerwin clearing away the remnants (cables and tubing) from the missing solar array panel during an early mission tethered extravehicular activity (EVA) to repair the damaged and partially deployed solar array panel. Conrad's life support umbilical is seen cutting diagonally across the image next to Kerwin. After the successful EVA, the solar panel was fully deployed. Photo credit: NASA

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