HOUSTON, May 28 (UPI) -- Endeavour's astronauts moved gear into the International Space Station and fixed a carbon dioxide scrubber, NASA said Saturday.
They also adjusted the suits worn during the mission's four spacewalks for their return to Earth.
Commander Mark Kelly and pilot Greg Johnson studied spinal elongation in space. Astronaut Greg Chamitoff found his suit ill-fitting during Friday's last spacewalk, apparently because he had not grown as much in space as expected.
Earlier, Kelly, Johnson and crewman Ron Garan spoke with schoolchildren and teachers at the University of Arizona in Tucson, NASA said.