Astronauts aboard shuttle Discovery enjoy some time off after successfully repairing a ripped solar wing that was delaying construction at the International Space Station. The crew is now set to bid farewell to the International Space Station early monday morning. The crew completed four spacewalks during their stay, including the one to repair the wing. Astronaut Scott Parazynski performed emergency surgery on the wing as it coursed with more than one hundred volts of electricity. He did it while perched at the end of a ninety foot robotic arm and boom extension, farther from the safety of the station than any spacewalker had ever been. The repairs allowed the crew to unfurl the wing to its full length, making it possible for NASA to move ahead with plans to expand the station in the coming months.