|Total EVA time:||45h 48m|
|No.||Date||Together with||Time||Main tasks and notes|
|1||21.08.2019||N. Hague||6h 32m||
The duo assisted in the installation of International Docking Adapter-3 (IDA-3) to Pressurized Mating Adapter-3 on the space-facing side of the station's Harmony module.
|2||06.10.2019||C. Koch||7h 01m||
It was the first in a series of spacewalks dedicated to replacing batteries on the far end of the station's port truss. The existing nickel-hydrogen batteries were upgraded with newer, more powerful lithium-ion batteries.
|3||11.10.2019||C. Koch||6h 45m||
The duo continued to replace nickel-hydrogen batteries with more powerful lithium-ion batteries (working site: P6 Channel 2B battery R&R A-F).
|4||15.11.2019||L. Parmitano||6h 39m||
It was the first in a series of complex spacewalks in November and December 2019 to repair the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02), They set up tools and equipment before removing a protective debris shield from the AMS-02, giving them access to the guts of the instrument so a new coolant system pump module can be installed later.
|5||22.11.2019||L. Parmitano||6h 33m||
They continued their work to replace a cooling system and fixed a coolant leak on AMS-02. Luca Parmitano and Andrew Morgan cut and label stainless steel tubes, of which there are eight.
|6||02.12.2019||L. Parmitano||6h 02m||
Today's main task was to install a new pump module. The astronauts installed a bypass to the old thermal control system by attaching a new one off the side of AMS-02.
|7||25.01.2020||L. Parmitano||6h 16m||
The main task was to carry out leak checks, make adjustments and then to re-installed insulation on AMS-02.