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STS-132 NASA mission to International Space Staton
Astronauts Michael Good (L) and Garrett Reisman look through the aft flight deck windows of space shuttle Atlantis during the mission's third spacewalk on May 21, 2010. During the spacewalk, Good and Reisman completed the installation of the final two of the six new batteries for the B side of the port 6 solar array. In addition, the astronauts installed a backup ammonia jumper cable between the port 4 and 5 trusses of the station and transferred a power and data grapple fixture from the shuttle to the station. UPI/NASA
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Michael H. S. Good (1 July 1875 – after 1904), sometimes known as Micky Good, was a Scottish professional footballer who made 71 appearances in the Football League playing for Small Heath, Preston North End and Bristol City.

Good was born in Airdrie, then in Lanarkshire. He played for Airdrie Hill and for Airdrieonians before joining Small Heath in 1896. A short, stockily-built forward, able to cover the half-back positions as well, he made his debut in the Second Division on 19 December 1896, playing at right half in a 2–0 defeat away at Loughborough Town. He had a run of games at inside right at the end of the 1897–98 season and the beginning of the next, but failed to score enough goals. He moved to Southern League club Watford in 1898, in 1901 returned to the Football League with Preston North End, and spent 1902 with Bristol City, where he made 35 appearances in all competitions. He then returned to the Southern League with successively Reading, Brighton & Hove Albion and Southern United.

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