|Total EVA time:||47h 05m|
|No.||Date||Together with||Time||Main tasks and notes|
|1||01.10.1997||V. Titov||5h 01m||
Recovery of experiments from DM (EDFT-06)
|2||22.04.2001||C. Hadfield||7h 10m||
Installing the Canadian built robotic arm (57.7 foot long) called: Canadarm2
|3||24.04.2001||C. Hadfield||7h 40m||
Connecting the Power and Data Grapple Fixture circuits for the robotic arm
|4||26.10.2007||D. Wheelock||6h 14m||
Retrieve S-band Antenna Support Assembly, detach Node 2 ("Harmony") heater cables, disconnect Z1/P6 truss fluid lines, install shrouds on P6 radiator and Sequential Shunt Unit, move and attach Node 2 to Node 1 left-hand docking port with Station robotic arm, pressurise area between Node 1 and Node 2 hatches, open Node 1 hatch
|5||28.10.2007||D. Tani||6h 33m||
Disconnect Z1 to P6 truss cables and unbolt P6; outfit outside Node 2 with handrails, remote Node 2 berthing mechanism restraints; install grapple fixture on Node 2; configure squib firing unit on S1 truss for deploying radiators.
|6||30.10.2007||D. Wheelock||7h 08m||
The astronauts bolt P6 truss to P5 truss, attached P5 to P6 cabling, removed P6 radiator restraint and cover on Sequential Shunt unit and deploy radiator.
|7||03.11.2007||D. Wheelock||7h 19m||
Attaching cufflink-like clips across the 15-foot width of the torn P6-4B solar array blanket to provide the strength needed to permit its full extension. This dramatic repair job was carried out successful.