Summary of all Extravehicular Activities (EVA)

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Year Activity Astronaut / Cosmonaut Spacecraft / Spacestation Date UTC EVA duration Main tasks and notes
1965 EVA A. Leonov Voskhod 2 18.03.1965 0h 12m
First USSR EVA
IVA
EVA
J. McDivitt
E. White
Gemini 4 03.06.1965
03.06.1965
0h 36m
0h 36m
First US EVA, cabin ventilated
1966 IVA
EVA
T. Stafford
E. Cernan
Gemini 9A 05.06.1966
05.06.1966
2h 07m
2h 07m
AMU test (failed), cabin ventilated
IVA
SEVA
J. Young
M. Collins
Gemini 10 19.07.1966
19.07.1966
0h 49m
0h 49m
Photography work, cabin ventilated
IVA
EVA
J. Young
M. Collins
Gemini 10 20.07.1966
20.07.1966
0h 38m
0h 38m
Dismantle of a meteorite detector
IVA
IVA
J. Young
M. Collins
Gemini 10 20.07.1966
20.07.1966
0h 03m
0h 03m
Discard EVA equipment into space
IVA
EVA
C. Conrad
R. Gordon
Gemini 11 13.09.1966
13.09.1966
0h 38m
0h 38m
Mounting a rope on the Agena satellite
IVA
IVA
C. Conrad
R. Gordon
Gemini 11 13.09.1966
13.09.1966
0h 02m
0h 02m
Discard EVA equipment into space
IVA
SEVA
C. Conrad
R. Gordon
Gemini 11 14.09.1966
14.09.1966
2h 08m
2h 08m
Photography work, cabin ventilated
IVA
SEVA
J. Lovell
E. Aldrin
Gemini 12 12.11.1966
12.11.1966
2h 29m
2h 29m
Photography work, cabin ventilated
IVA
EVA
J. Lovell
E. Aldrin
Gemini 12 13.11.1966
13.11.1966
2h 06m
2h 06m
Rope-mounting and movement testing
IVA
SEVA
J. Lovell
E. Aldrin
Gemini 12 14.11.1966
14.11.1966
0h 55m
0h 55m
Photography work, discard EVA equipment
1969 EVA
EVA
A. Yeliseyev
Y. Khrunov
Soyuz 5/4 16.01.1969
16.01.1969
0h 37m
0h 37m
Transferring from Soyuz 5 to Soyuz 4
IVA
EVA
SEVA
J. McDivitt
R. Schweickart
D. Scott
Apollo 9 06.03.1969
06.03.1969
06.03.1969
1h 08m
1h 08m
1h 03m
Testing Lunar landing suit, photography work
EVA
EVA
N. Armstrong
E. Aldrin
Apollo 11 21.07.1969
21.07.1969
2h 31m
2h 31m
First lunar landing, install EASEP
IVA
IVA
N. Armstrong
E. Aldrin
Apollo 11 21.07.1969
21.07.1969
0h 02m
0h 02m
Discard EVA equipment
EVA
EVA
C. Conrad
A. Bean
Apollo 12 19.11.1969
19.11.1969
3h 56m
3h 56m
Second lunar landing, install ALSEP
EVA
EVA
C. Conrad
A. Bean
Apollo 12 20.11.1969
20.11.1969
3h 49m
3h 49m
Second lunar landing, inspection of Surveyor
IVA
IVA
C. Conrad
A. Bean
Apollo 12 20.11.1969
20.11.1969
0h 02m
0h 02m
Discard EVA equipment
1971 EVA
EVA
A. Shepard
E. Mitchell
Apollo 14 05.02.1971
05.02.1971
4h 48m
4h 48m
Third lunar landing, install ALSEP
EVA
EVA
A. Shepard
E. Mitchell
Apollo 14 06.02.1971
06.02.1971
4h 35m
4h 35m
Third lunar landing, excursion Cone
IVA
IVA
A. Shepard
E. Mitchell
Apollo 14 06.02.1971
06.02.1971
0h 02m
0h 02m
Discard EVA equipment
SEVA
IVA
D. Scott
J. Irwin
Apollo 15 31.07.1971
31.07.1971
0h 33m
0h 33m
Fourth lunar landing, inspection place of landing
EVA
EVA
D. Scott
J. Irwin
Apollo 15 31.07.1971
31.07.1971
6h 33m
6h 33m
Fourth lunar landing, ALSEP, excursion
EVA
EVA
D. Scott
J. Irwin
Apollo 15 01.08.1971
01.08.1971
7h 12m
7h 12m
Fourth lunar landing, second excursion
EVA
EVA
D. Scott
J. Irwin
Apollo 15 02.08.1971
02.08.1971
4h 50m
4h 50m
Fourth lunar landing, third excursion
IVA
IVA
D. Scott
J. Irwin
Apollo 15 02.08.1971
02.08.1971
0h 02m
0h 02m
Discard EVA equipment into space
IVA
EVA
SEVA
D. Scott
A. Worden
J. Irwin
Apollo 15 05.08.1971
05.08.1971
05.08.1971
0h 39m
0h 39m
0h 39m
Recovery of photo cassettes from CSM, cabin ventilated
1972 EVA
EVA
J. Young
C. Duke
Apollo 16 21.04.1972
21.04.1972
7h 11m
7h 11m
Fifth lunar landing, ALSEP, excursion
EVA
EVA
J. Young
C. Duke
Apollo 16 22.04.1972
22.04.1972
7h 23m
7h 23m
Fifth lunar landing, second excursion
EVA
EVA
J. Young
C. Duke
Apollo 16 23.04.1972
23.04.1972
5h 41m
5h 41m
Fifth lunar landing, third excursion
IVA
IVA
J. Young
C. Duke
Apollo 16 23.04.1972
23.04.1972
0h 02m
0h 02m
Discard EVA equipment into space
IVA
EVA
SEVA
J. Young
T. Mattingly
C. Duke
Apollo 16 25.04.1972
25.04.1972
25.04.1972
1h 23m
1h 23m
1h 23m
Recovery of photo cassettes from CSM, cabin ventilated
EVA
EVA
E. Cernan
H. Schmitt
Apollo 17 11.12.1972
11.12.1972
7h 12m
7h 12m
Sixth lunar landing, ALSEP, excursion
EVA
EVA
E. Cernan
H. Schmitt
Apollo 17 12.12.1972
12.12.1972
7h 37m
7h 37m
Sixth lunar landing, second excursion
EVA
EVA
E. Cernan
H. Schmitt
Apollo 17 13.12.1972
13.12.1972
7h 15m
7h 15m
Sixth lunar landing, third excursion
IVA
IVA
E. Cernan
H. Schmitt
Apollo 17 14.12.1972
14.12.1972
0h 02m
0h 02m
Discard EVA equipment
IVA
IVA
E. Cernan
H. Schmitt
Apollo 17 14.12.1972
14.12.1972
0h 02m
0h 02m
Discard EVA equipment
IVA
EVA
SEVA
E. Cernan
R. Evans
H. Schmitt
Apollo 17 17.12.1972
17.12.1972
17.12.1972
1h 05m
1h 05m
1h 05m
Recovery of photo cassettes from CSM, cabin ventilated
1973 IVA
IVA
SEVA
C. Conrad
J. Kerwin
P. Weitz
Skylab 2 26.05.1973
26.05.1973
26.05.1973
0h 35m
0h 35m
0h 35m
Attempt to unfold the solar paddle
EVA
EVA
C. Conrad
J. Kerwin
Skylab 2
Skylab 1
07.06.1973
07.06.1973
3h 23m
3h 23m
Unfolding one solar paddle
EVA
EVA
C. Conrad
P. Weitz
Skylab 2
Skylab 1
19.06.1973
19.06.1973
1h 36m
1h 36m
Replace of photo cassettes on the ATM
EVA
EVA
O. Garriott
J. Lousma
Skylab 3
Skylab 1
07.08.1973
07.08.1973
6h 31m
6h 31m
Replace of photo cassettes, solar shield
EVA
EVA
O. Garriott
J. Lousma
Skylab 3
Skylab 1
24.08.1973
24.08.1973
4h 30m
4h 30m
Replace of cassettes, cable installation
EVA
EVA
A. Bean
O. Garriott
Skylab 3
Skylab 1
22.09.1973
22.09.1973
2h 41m
2h 41m
Replace of cassettes, recovery of experiments
EVA
EVA
E. Gibson
W. Pogue
Skylab 4
Skylab 1
22.11.1973
22.11.1973
6h 34m
6h 34m
Mounting of experiments, photography work
EVA
EVA
G. Carr
W. Pogue
Skylab 4
Skylab 1
25.12.1973
25.12.1973
7h 03m
7h 03m
Replace of cassettes, photography work
EVA
EVA
G. Carr
E. Gibson
Skylab 4
Skylab 1
29.12.1973
29.12.1973
3h 29m
3h 29m
Recovery of experiments, photography work
1974 EVA
EVA
G. Carr
E. Gibson
Skylab 4
Skylab 1
03.02.1974
03.02.1974
5h 19m
5h 19m
Replace of cassettes, recovery of experiments
1977 SEVA
SEVA
Y. Romanenko
G. Grechko
Soyuz 26
Salyut 6
19.12.1977
19.12.1977
1h 28m
1h 28m
Inspection of the nose docking adapter
1978 SEVA
EVA
V. Kovalyonok
A. Ivanchenkov
Soyuz 29
Salyut 6
29.07.1978
29.07.1978
2h 05m
2h 05m
Recovery of tools and experiments
1979 EVA
EVA
V. Lyakhov
V. Ryumin
Soyuz 32
Salyut 6
15.08.1979
15.08.1979
1h 23m
1h 23m
Restore damaged KRT-10 antenna
1982 SEVA
EVA
A. Berezovoy
V. Lebedev
Soyuz T-5
Salyut 7
30.07.1982
30.07.1982
2h 33m
2h 33m
Recovery of tools and experiments
1983 EVA
EVA
S. Musgrave
D. Peterson
STS-6 07.04.1983
07.04.1983
4h 17m
4h 17m
Testing space suit and tools
EVA
EVA
V. Lyakhov
A. Aleksandrov
Soyuz T-9
Salyut 7
01.11.1983
01.11.1983
2h 49m
2h 49m
Installation of a supplied solar cell
EVA
EVA
V. Lyakhov
A. Aleksandrov
Soyuz T-9
Salyut 7
03.11.1983
03.11.1983
2h 55m
2h 55m
Installation of a second supplied solar cell
1984 EVA
EVA
B. McCandless
R. Stewart
STS-41B 07.02.1984
07.02.1984
5h 55m
5h 55m
First flight test of the MMU (McCandless)
EVA
EVA
B. McCandless
R. Stewart
STS-41B 09.02.1984
09.02.1984
6h 17m
6h 17m
Second flight test of the MMU (Stewart)
EVA
EVA
G. Nelson
J. van Hoften
STS-41C 08.04.1984
08.04.1984
2h 59m
2h 59m
Attemp to recover SMM with MMU (Nelson)
EVA
EVA
G. Nelson
J. van Hoften
STS-41C 11.04.1984
11.04.1984
7h 07m
7h 07m
Repairing of SMM, test of MMU (van Hoften)
EVA
EVA
L. Kizim
V. Soloviyov
Soyuz T-10
Salyut 7
23.04.1984
23.04.1984
4h 15m
4h 15m
Preparations of repairing work
EVA
EVA
L. Kizim
V. Soloviyov
Soyuz T-10
Salyut 7
26.04.1984
26.04.1984
4h 56m
4h 56m
Repairing of fuel pipeline
EVA
EVA
L. Kizim
V. Soloviyov
Soyuz T-10
Salyut 7
29.04.1984
29.04.1984
2h 45m
2h 45m
Repairing of fuel pipeline
EVA
EVA
L. Kizim
V. Soloviyov
Soyuz T-10
Salyut 7
03.05.1984
03.05.1984
2h 45m
2h 45m
Repairing of fuel pipeline
EVA
EVA
L. Kizim
V. Soloviyov
Soyuz T-10
Salyut 7
18.05.1984
18.05.1984
3h 05m
3h 05m
Installation of a third and fourth supplied solar cell
EVA
EVA
V. Dzhanibekov
S. Savitskaya
Soyuz T-12
Salyut 7
25.07.1984
25.07.1984
3h 35m
3h 35m
Testing URI tool, first female EVA
EVA
EVA
L. Kizim
V. Soloviyov
Soyuz T-10
Salyut 7
08.08.1984
08.08.1984
5h 00m
5h 00m
Finally repairing of fuel pipeline
EVA
EVA
D. Leestma
K. Sullivan
STS-41G 11.10.1984
11.10.1984
3h 29m
3h 29m
Satellite refuelling demonstration, first EVA of an American female astronaut
EVA
EVA
J. Allen
D. Gardner
STS-51A 12.11.1984
12.11.1984
6h 13m
6h 13m
Retrieving satellite Palapa B 2 using MMU (Allen)
EVA
EVA
J. Allen
D. Gardner
STS-51A 14.11.1984
14.11.1984
6h 01m
6h 01m
Retrieving satellite Westar VI using MMU (Gardner)
1985 EVA
EVA
J. Hoffman
S. Griggs
STS-51D 16.04.1985
16.04.1985
3h 06m
3h 06m
Preparations for a satellite rescue attempt on RMS
EVA
EVA
V. Dzhanibekov
V. Savinykh
Soyuz T-13
Salyut 7
02.08.1985
02.08.1985
5h 00m
5h 00m
Installation of a 5th and 6th supplied solar cell
EVA
EVA
J. van Hoften
W. Fisher
STS-51I 31.08.1985
31.08.1985
7h 20m
7h 20m
Recovery of satellite Syncom IV-3, beginning of repairing work
EVA
EVA
J. van Hoften
W. Fisher
STS-51I 01.09.1985
01.09.1985
4h 31m
4h 31m
Finishing repairing work and deploying satellite
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
S. Spring
STS-61B 29.11.1985
29.11.1985
5h 32m
5h 32m
Building of EASE and ACCESS without RMS
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
S. Spring
STS-61B 01.12.1985
01.12.1985
6h 42m
6h 42m
Building of EASE and ACCESS using the RMS
1986 EVA
EVA
L. Kizim
V. Soloviyov
Soyuz T-15
Salyut 7
28.05.1986
28.05.1986
3h 50m
3h 50m
Building large structures, recovery of experiments
EVA
EVA
L. Kizim
V. Soloviyov
Soyuz T-15
Salyut 7
31.05.1986
31.05.1986
5h 02m
5h 02m
Building large structures, recovery of experiments
1987 EVA
EVA
Y. Romanenko
A. Laveykin
Soyuz TM-2
MIR
11.04.1987
11.04.1987
3h 40m
3h 40m
Working on docking adapter
EVA
EVA
Y. Romanenko
A. Laveykin
Soyuz TM-2
MIR
12.06.1987
12.06.1987
1h 53m
1h 53m
Installation of a solar cell structure (2 cells)
EVA
EVA
Y. Romanenko
A. Laveykin
Soyuz TM-2
MIR
16.06.1987
16.06.1987
3h 15m
3h 15m
Finishing work on solar cell structure
1988 EVA
EVA
V. Titov
M. Manarov
Soyuz TM-4
MIR
26.02.1988
26.02.1988
4h 25m
4h 25m
Replacing a solar cell element on the MIR
EVA
EVA
V. Titov
M. Manarov
Soyuz TM-4
MIR
30.06.1988
30.06.1988
5h 10m
5h 10m
Repairing of Röntgen telescope in Kvant1 module
EVA
EVA
V. Titov
M. Manarov
Soyuz TM-4
MIR
20.10.1988
20.10.1988
4h 12m
4h 12m
Finishing repairing, building of a platform
EVA
EVA
A. Volkov
J.-L. Chrétien
Soyuz TM-7
MIR
09.12.1988
09.12.1988
6h 10m
6h 10m
Mounting of ERA, exchange of experiments
1990 EVA
EVA
A. Viktorenko
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-8
MIR
08.01.1990
08.01.1990
2h 56m
2h 56m
Mounting of tools, recovery of experiments
EVA
EVA
A. Viktorenko
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-8
MIR
11.01.1990
11.01.1990
2h 54m
2h 54m
Mounting and rebuilding of tools and segments
EVA
EVA
A. Viktorenko
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-8
MIR
26.01.1990
26.01.1990
3h 02m
3h 02m
Building a platform for SPK "Ikar" on Kvant2 module
EVA
EVA
A. Viktorenko
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-8
MIR
01.02.1990
01.02.1990
4h 59m
4h 59m
First testing of SPK "Ikar" (Serebrov)
EVA
EVA
A. Viktorenko
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-8
MIR
05.02.1990
05.02.1990
3h 45m
3h 45m
Second testing of SPK "Ikar" (Viktorenko)
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
A. Balandin
Soyuz TM-9
MIR
17.07.1990
17.07.1990
7h 16m
7h 16m
Repairing thermo isolation of spacecraft
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
A. Balandin
Soyuz TM-9
MIR
26.07.1990
26.07.1990
3h 31m
3h 31m
Searching of the leak in Kvant2 module
EVA
EVA
G. Manakov
G. Strekalov
Soyuz TM-10
MIR
29.10.1990
29.10.1990
3h 45m
3h 45m
Repairing of Kvant2 hatch (failed)
1991 EVA
EVA
V. Afanasiyev
M. Manarov
Soyuz TM-11
MIR
07.01.1991
07.01.1991
5h 18m
5h 18m
Repairing of Kvant2 hatch
EVA
EVA
V. Afanasiyev
M. Manarov
Soyuz TM-11
MIR
22.01.1991
22.01.1991
5h 04m
5h 04m
Mounting the first Strela crane on MIR
EVA
EVA
V. Afanasiyev
M. Manarov
Soyuz TM-11
MIR
26.01.1991
26.01.1991
6h 20m
6h 20m
Mounting of restraints for solar cells
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
J. Apt
STS-37 07.04.1991
07.04.1991
4h 38m
4h 38m
Deploying the large radio antenna of the GRO
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
J. Apt
STS-37 08.04.1991
08.04.1991
6h 11m
6h 11m
Testing concepts for getting around the large space structures using CETA
EVA
EVA
V. Afanasiyev
M. Manarov
Soyuz TM-11
MIR
25.04.1991
25.04.1991
3h 34m
3h 34m
Inspection of failed Kurs antenna
EVA
EVA
A. Artsebarsky
S. Krikalyov
Soyuz TM-12
MIR
24.06.1991
24.06.1991
4h 58m
4h 58m
Replace of the Kurs antenna
EVA
EVA
A. Artsebarsky
S. Krikalyov
Soyuz TM-12
MIR
28.06.1991
28.06.1991
3h 24m
3h 24m
Mounting of experiments / TV camera
EVA
EVA
A. Artsebarsky
S. Krikalyov
Soyuz TM-12
MIR
15.07.1991
15.07.1991
5h 45m
5h 45m
Building platform for the Sofora mast
EVA
EVA
A. Artsebarsky
S. Krikalyov
Soyuz TM-12
MIR
19.07.1991
19.07.1991
5h 28m
5h 28m
Mounting Sofora mast on Kvant1 module
EVA
EVA
A. Artsebarsky
S. Krikalyov
Soyuz TM-12
MIR
23.07.1991
23.07.1991
5h 34m
5h 34m
Mounting Sofora mast on Kvant1 module
EVA
EVA
A. Artsebarsky
S. Krikalyov
Soyuz TM-12
MIR
27.07.1991
27.07.1991
6h 49m
6h 49m
Mounting Sofora mast on Kvant1 module, hoisting the state banner
1992 EVA
EVA
A. Volkov
S. Krikalyov
Soyuz TM-13
MIR
20.02.1992
20.02.1992
4h 12m
4h 12m
Dismantle platform, recovery of experiments
EVA
EVA
P. Thuot
R. Hieb
STS-49 10.05.1992
10.05.1992
3h 43m
3h 43m
Capture of Intelsat VI/F-3 (failed)
EVA
EVA
P. Thuot
R. Hieb
STS-49 11.05.1992
11.05.1992
5h 26m
5h 26m
Capture of Intelsat VI/F-3 (failed)
EVA
EVA
EVA
P. Thuot
R. Hieb
T. Akers
STS-49 13.05.1992
13.05.1992
13.05.1992
8h 29m
8h 29m
8h 29m
Capture of Intelsat VI/F-3 (with hands), mounting an upper stage and deploying satellite
EVA
EVA
K. Thornton
T. Akers
STS-49 14.05.1992
14.05.1992
7h 45m
7h 45m
AASEM test for future EVAs
EVA
EVA
A. Viktorenko
A. Kaleri
Soyuz TM-14
MIR
08.07.1992
08.07.1992
2h 03m
2h 03m
Repairing work on gyroscopic stabilizer
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-15
MIR
03.09.1992
03.09.1992
3h 56m
3h 56m
Preparing VDU mounting
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-15
MIR
07.09.1992
07.09.1992
5h 08m
5h 08m
VDU mounting re-hoisting the state banner
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-15
MIR
11.09.1992
11.09.1992
5h 44m
5h 44m
VDU mounting, tearing out the VDU
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-15
MIR
15.09.1992
15.09.1992
3h 33m
3h 33m
Mounting a Kurs antenna on Kristall module
1993 EVA
EVA
G. Harbaugh
M. Runco
STS-54 17.01.1993
17.01.1993
4h 28m
4h 28m
Evaluation of limits of human performance during EVA
EVA
EVA
G. Manakov
A. Poleshchuk
Soyuz TM-16
MIR
19.04.1993
19.04.1993
5h 25m
5h 25m
Mounting restraints for solar cells
EVA
EVA
G. Manakov
A. Poleshchuk
Soyuz TM-16
MIR
18.06.1993
18.06.1993
4h 33m
4h 33m
Repairing crane, mounting restraints
EVA
EVA
G. Low
P. Wisoff
STS-57 25.06.1993
25.06.1993
5h 50m
5h 50m
EURECA communications antennas manually positioned for latching, evaluation of EVA activity tools and techniques
EVA
EVA
V. Tsibliyev
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-17
MIR
16.09.1993
16.09.1993
4h 18m
4h 18m
Preparing Rapana mounting
EVA
EVA
C. Walz
J. Newman
STS-51 16.09.1993
16.09.1993
7h 05m
7h 05m
Evaluating tools for HST-SM-01
EVA
EVA
V. Tsibliyev
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-17
MIR
20.09.1993
20.09.1993
3h 13m
3h 13m
Preparing Rapana mounting
EVA
EVA
V. Tsibliyev
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-17
MIR
28.09.1993
28.09.1993
1h 52m
1h 52m
Repairing of a valve, movie documentation
EVA
EVA
V. Tsibliyev
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-17
MIR
22.10.1993
22.10.1993
0h 38m
0h 38m
Movie documentation
EVA
EVA
V. Tsibliyev
A. Serebrov
Soyuz TM-17
MIR
29.10.1993
29.10.1993
4h 12m
4h 12m
Movie documentation, inspection Sofora
EVA
EVA
J. Hoffman
S. Musgrave
STS-61 05.12.1993
05.12.1993
7h 54m
7h 54m
HST-SM-1, replace of Rate Sensor Units
EVA
EVA
K. Thornton
T. Akers
STS-61 06.12.1993
06.12.1993
6h 36m
6h 36m
HST-SM-1, replace of solar cells
EVA
EVA
J. Hoffman
S. Musgrave
STS-61 07.12.1993
07.12.1993
6h 47m
6h 47m
HST-SM-1, replace of Wide Field / Planetary Camera
EVA
EVA
K. Thornton
T. Akers
STS-61 08.12.1993
08.12.1993
6h 50m
6h 50m
HST-SM-1, build in the COSTAR
EVA
EVA
J. Hoffman
S. Musgrave
STS-61 09.12.1993
09.12.1993
7h 21m
7h 21m
HST-SM-1, replace of SADE controller
1994 EVA
EVA
Y. Malenchenko
T. Musabayev
Soyuz TM-19
MIR
09.09.1994
09.09.1994
5h 04m
5h 04m
Repairing of Kristall isolation
EVA
EVA
Y. Malenchenko
T. Musabayev
Soyuz TM-19
MIR
13.09.1994
13.09.1994
6h 01m
6h 01m
Preparation work for new setting of solar cells
EVA
EVA
M. Lee
C. Meade
STS-64 16.09.1994
16.09.1994
6h 51m
6h 51m
Test of the self-rescue jetpack SAFER
1995 EVA
EVA
M. Foale
B. Harris
STS-63 09.02.1995
09.02.1995
4h 39m
4h 39m
Evaluation of EVA activity tools (EDFT-01)
EVA
EVA
V. Dezhurov
G. Strekalov
Soyuz TM-21
MIR
12.05.1995
12.05.1995
6h 15m
6h 15m
Preparation work for new setting of solar cells
EVA
EVA
V. Dezhurov
G. Strekalov
Soyuz TM-21
MIR
17.05.1995
17.05.1995
6h 52m
6h 52m
Changing Kristall solar cell to Kvant1 module
EVA
EVA
V. Dezhurov
G. Strekalov
Soyuz TM-21
MIR
22.05.1995
22.05.1995
5h 15m
5h 15m
Folding of the second Kristall solar cell
IVA
IVA
V. Dezhurov
G. Strekalov
Soyuz TM-21
MIR
29.05.1995
29.05.1995
0h 21m
0h 21m
New setting of the docking adapter
IVA
IVA
V. Dezhurov
G. Strekalov
Soyuz TM-21
MIR
01.06.1995
01.06.1995
0h 24m
0h 24m
New setting of the docking adapter
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
N. Budarin
MIR 14.07.1995
14.07.1995
5h 34m
5h 34m
Unfolding solar cell on Spektr module
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
N. Budarin
MIR 19.07.1995
19.07.1995
3h 08m
3h 08m
Mounting and recovery of experiments
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
N. Budarin
MIR 21.07.1995
21.07.1995
5h 35m
5h 35m
Mounting and recovery of experiments
EVA
EVA
J. Voss
M. Gernhardt
STS-69 16.09.1995
16.09.1995
6h 46m
6h 46m
Evaluation of EVA activity tools (EDFT-02)
EVA
EVA
S. Avdeyev
T. Reiter
Soyuz TM-22
MIR
20.10.1995
20.10.1995
5h 16m
5h 16m
Mounting and recovery of experiments
IVA
IVA
Y. Gidzenko
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-22
MIR
08.12.1995
08.12.1995
0h 29m
0h 29m
New setting of the docking adapter
1996 EVA
EVA
L. Chiao
D. Barry
STS-72 15.01.1996
15.01.1996
6h 09m
6h 09m
Evaluation of EVA activity tools (EDFT-03)
EVA
EVA
L. Chiao
W. Scott
STS-72 17.01.1996
17.01.1996
6h 41m
6h 41m
Evaluation of EVA activity tools (EDFT-03)
EVA
EVA
Y. Gidzenko
T. Reiter
Soyuz TM-22
MIR
08.02.1996
08.02.1996
3h 05m
3h 05m
Recovery of experiments, expensing of SPK "Ikar"
EVA
EVA
Y. Onufriyenko
Y. Usachyov
Soyuz TM-23
MIR
15.03.1996
15.03.1996
5h 52m
5h 52m
Mounting the second Strela crane on MIR
EVA
EVA
L. Godwin
M. Clifford
STS-76
MIR
27.03.1996
27.03.1996
6h 02m
6h 02m
Mounting different tools on the DM (EDFT-04)
EVA
EVA
Y. Onufriyenko
Y. Usachyov
Soyuz TM-23
MIR
20.05.1996
20.05.1996
5h 20m
5h 20m
New setting of a solar cell from DM to Kvant1
EVA
EVA
Y. Onufriyenko
Y. Usachyov
Soyuz TM-23
MIR
24.05.1996
24.05.1996
5h 43m
5h 43m
Installation solar cell on Kvant1 module
EVA
EVA
Y. Onufriyenko
Y. Usachyov
Soyuz TM-23
MIR
30.05.1996
30.05.1996
4h 20m
4h 20m
Mounting tools on Priroda module
EVA
EVA
Y. Onufriyenko
Y. Usachyov
Soyuz TM-23
MIR
06.06.1996
06.06.1996
3h 34m
3h 34m
Mounting and exchanging tools on Spektr module
EVA
EVA
Y. Onufriyenko
Y. Usachyov
Soyuz TM-23
MIR
13.06.1996
13.06.1996
5h 42m
5h 42m
Mounting power bus structure on Kvant1 module
IVA
IVA
T. Jernigan
T. Jones
STS-80 29.11.1996
29.11.1996
1h 52m
1h 52m
Airlock hatch couldn't be opened (EDFT-05)
EVA
EVA
V. Korzun
A. Kaleri
Soyuz TM-24
MIR
02.12.1996
02.12.1996
5h 58m
5h 58m
New setting of Rapana structure on Kvant1 module
EVA
EVA
V. Korzun
A. Kaleri
Soyuz TM-24
MIR
09.12.1996
09.12.1996
6h 38m
6h 38m
Installation Kurs antenna on DM
1997 EVA
EVA
M. Lee
S. Smith
STS-82 14.02.1997
14.02.1997
6h 42m
6h 42m
HST-SM-02, replace of tools
EVA
EVA
G. Harbaugh
J. Tanner
STS-82 15.02.1997
15.02.1997
7h 27m
7h 27m
HST-SM-02, mounting tools
EVA
EVA
M. Lee
S. Smith
STS-82 16.02.1997
16.02.1997
7h 11m
7h 11m
HST-SM-02, mounting tools
EVA
EVA
G. Harbaugh
J. Tanner
STS-82 17.02.1997
17.02.1997
6h 34m
6h 34m
HST-SM-02, mounting tools
EVA
EVA
M. Lee
S. Smith
STS-82 18.02.1997
18.02.1997
5h 17m
5h 17m
HST-SM-02, replace Magnetic Sensing System Covers (MSS)
EVA
EVA
V. Tsibliyev
J. Linenger
Soyuz TM-25
MIR
29.04.1997
29.04.1997
4h 57m
4h 57m
Mounting and recovery of experiments
IVA
IVA
A. Soloviyov
P. Vinogradov
Soyuz TM-26
MIR
22.08.1997
22.08.1997
3h 16m
3h 16m
Inspection of Spektr, repairing of cables
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
M. Foale
Soyuz TM-26
MIR
06.09.1997
06.09.1997
6h 00m
6h 00m
Inspection of Spektr, searching for a leak (failed)
EVA
EVA
S. Parazynski
V. Titov
STS-86
MIR
01.10.1997
01.10.1997
5h 01m
5h 01m
Recovery of experiments from DM (EDFT-06)
IVA
IVA
A. Soloviyov
P. Vinogradov
Soyuz TM-26
MIR
20.10.1997
20.10.1997
6h 38m
6h 38m
Replace of Spektr/MIR hatch
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
P. Vinogradov
Soyuz TM-26
MIR
03.11.1997
03.11.1997
6h 04m
6h 04m
Demounting Kristall solar cell on Kvant1 module
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
P. Vinogradov
Soyuz TM-26
MIR
06.11.1997
06.11.1997
6h 17m
6h 17m
Installation new solar cell on Kvant1 module
EVA
EVA
W. Scott
T. Doi
STS-87 25.11.1997
25.11.1997
7h 43m
7h 43m
Catching SPARTAN, testing crane (EDFT-05/02)
EVA
EVA
W. Scott
T. Doi
STS-87 03.12.1997
03.12.1997
4h 59m
4h 59m
Test of AERCam Sprint (EDFT-05/02)
1998 EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
P. Vinogradov
Soyuz TM-26
MIR
09.01.1998
09.01.1998
3h 03m
3h 03m
Recovery of experiments, inspection hatch Kvant2
EVA
EVA
A. Soloviyov
D. Wolf
Soyuz TM-26
MIR
14.01.1998
14.01.1998
3h 52m
3h 52m
Testing tools, inspection of complete MIR station
IVA
IVA
T. Musabayev
N. Budarin
Soyuz TM-27
MIR
03.03.1998
03.03.1998
~1h 50m
~1h 50m
Airlock hatch did not open, EVA failed
EVA
EVA
T. Musabayev
N. Budarin
Soyuz TM-27
MIR
01.04.1998
01.04.1998
6h 26m
6h 26m
Repairing Spektr solar cell structure
EVA
EVA
T. Musabayev
N. Budarin
Soyuz TM-27
MIR
06.04.1998
06.04.1998
4h 23m
4h 23m
Continuing repairing Spektr module
EVA
EVA
T. Musabayev
N. Budarin
Soyuz TM-27
MIR
11.04.1998
11.04.1998
6h 25m
6h 25m
Demounting VDU from Sofora structure
EVA
EVA
T. Musabayev
N. Budarin
Soyuz TM-27
MIR
17.04.1998
17.04.1998
6h 33m
6h 33m
Preparing VDU mounting
EVA
EVA
T. Musabayev
N. Budarin
Soyuz TM-27
MIR
22.04.1998
22.04.1998
6h 21m
6h 21m
Mounting VDU on Sofora structure
IVA
IVA
G. Padalka
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-28
MIR
15.09.1998
15.09.1998
0h 30m
0h 30m
Repairing cables in Spektr module
EVA
EVA
G. Padalka
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-28
MIR
10.11.1998
10.11.1998
5h 54m
5h 54m
Mounting tools, deploying Sputnik-41
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
J. Newman
STS-88
ISS
07.12.1998
07.12.1998
7h 21m
7h 21m
Installation cable from Unity to Zarya module
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
J. Newman
STS-88
ISS
09.12.1998
09.12.1998
7h 02m
7h 02m
Mounting tools, unfolding solar cell structure
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
J. Newman
STS-88
ISS
12.12.1998
12.12.1998
6h 59m
6h 59m
Mounting restraints, using SAFER
1999 EVA
EVA
V. Afanasiyev
J.-P. Haigneré
Soyuz TM-29
MIR
16.04.1999
16.04.1999
6h 19m
6h 19m
Deploying Sputnik-99, evaluation of tools
EVA
EVA
T. Jernigan
D. Barry
STS-96
ISS
30.05.1999
30.05.1999
7h 55m
7h 55m
Mounting crane (OTD and pieces of Strela)
EVA
EVA
V. Afanasiyev
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-29
MIR
23.07.1999
23.07.1999
6h 07m
6h 07m
Mounting parabola antenna on Sofora
EVA
EVA
V. Afanasiyev
S. Avdeyev
Soyuz TM-29
MIR
28.07.1999
28.07.1999
5h 22m
5h 22m
Unfolding parabola antenna on Sofora
EVA
EVA
S. Smith
J. Grunsfeld
STS-103 22.12.1999
22.12.1999
8h 15m
8h 15m
HST-SM-03, replace gyroscopes
EVA
EVA
M. Foale
C. Nicollier
STS-103 23.12.1999
23.12.1999
8h 10m
8h 10m
HST-SM-03, replace of main computer
EVA
EVA
S. Smith
J. Grunsfeld
STS-103 24.12.1999
24.12.1999
8h 08m
8h 08m
HST-SM-03, replace data recorder
2000 EVA
EVA
S. Zalyotin
A. Kaleri
Soyuz TM-30
MIR
12.05.2000
12.05.2000
4h 52m
4h 52m
Testing special adhesive, general inspection
EVA
EVA
J. Williams
J. Voss
STS-101
ISS
22.05.2000
22.05.2000
6h 44m
6h 44m
Finishing crane mounting, repairing works
EVA
EVA
E. Lu
Y. Malenchenko
STS-106
ISS
11.09.2000
11.09.2000
6h 14m
6h 14m
Mounting Zvezda connections
EVA
EVA
L. Chiao
W. McArthur
STS-92
ISS
15.10.2000
15.10.2000
6h 28m
6h 28m
The S-band Antenna Support Assembly was relocated on the Z1 Truss. The Z1 starboard bulkhead thermal shrouds were removed and stowed. The port Extravehicular Tool Storage Devices were released and transferred from the Spacelab Logistics Pallet to the Z1 Truss. The Z1-to-Node 1 umbilicals, or cables, were connected. The Space-to-Ground Antenna dish was installed onto the boom and the boom was deployed.
EVA
EVA
P. Wisoff
M. Lopez-Alegria
STS-92
ISS
16.10.2000
16.10.2000
7h 07m
7h 07m
Pressurized Mating Adapter 3 was grappled by the shuttle's robotic arm and installed on the Unity Connecting Module nadir port. The primary and secondary cable bundles were connected between the Pressurized Mating Adapter 3 and the Unity Module. Also, latches were opened on the Z1 Truss.
EVA
EVA
L. Chiao
W. McArthur
STS-92
ISS
17.10.2000
17.10.2000
6h 48m
6h 48m
Two DC-to-DC Converter Unit-Heat Pipes were installed on Z1. The Z1 keel pin assembly was then relocated to another location on Z1. The Z1/P6 launch locks were removed, then the Assembly Power Converter Units jumpers were also removed from the Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 to allow for installation of four Z1 cables. The starboard Extravehicular Tool Storage Device was released and transferred from the Spacelab Logistics Pallet to the Z1 Truss.
EVA
EVA
P. Wisoff
M. Lopez-Alegria
STS-92
ISS
18.10.2000
18.10.2000
6h 56m
6h 56m
A grapple fixture on the Z1 Truss was removed. The Z1 utility tray was deployed and its umbilical launch restraints released. The Z1 Manual Berthing Mechanism latches was cycled and opened. Wisoff and Lopez-Alegria performed one safety protocol test -- a flight evaluation of SAFER, which means "simplified aid for EVA rescue".
EVA
EVA
J. Tanner
C. Noriega
STS-97
ISS
04.12.2000
04.12.2000
7h 33m
7h 33m
Mounting P 6 solar array structure
EVA
EVA
J. Tanner
C. Noriega
STS-97
ISS
05.12.2000
05.12.2000
6h 37m
6h 37m
Mounting P 6 solar array structure
EVA
EVA
J. Tanner
C. Noriega
STS-97
ISS
07.12.2000
07.12.2000
5h 10m
5h 10m
Mounting P 6 solar array structure
2001 EVA
EVA
T. Jones
R. Curbeam
STS-98
ISS
10.02.2001
10.02.2001
7h 34m
7h 34m
Installing the Destiny lab
EVA
EVA
T. Jones
R. Curbeam
STS-98
ISS
12.02.2001
12.02.2001
6h 50m
6h 50m
Completing installation of the Power and Data Grapple Fixture on the Destiny lab and connecting a shuttle docking part (PMA) from Z1 truss to the Destiny lab
EVA
EVA
T. Jones
R. Curbeam
STS-98
ISS
14.02.2001
14.02.2001
5h 25m
5h 25m
Attaching a spar communications antenna to the Space Station's exterior and to release a cooling radiator on the station
EVA
EVA
J. Voss
S. Helms
STS-102
ISS
11.03.2001
11.03.2001
8h 56m
8h 56m
Unplugging Pressurized Mating Adapter 3 from the Unity Node electrical cables, Lab Cradle Assembly installation and rigid umbilical installation
EVA
EVA
A. Thomas
P. Richards
STS-102
ISS
13.03.2001
13.03.2001
6h 21m
6h 21m
Transfering the Early Ammonia Servicer to the P6 Truss, installing the External Stowage Platform and deliver a replacement Pump Flow Control System
EVA
EVA
C. Hadfield
S. Parazynski
STS-100
ISS
22.04.2001
22.04.2001
7h 10m
7h 10m
Installing the Canadian built robotic arm (57.7 foot long) called: Canadarm2
EVA
EVA
C. Hadfield
S. Parazynski
STS-100
ISS
24.04.2001
24.04.2001
7h 40m
7h 40m
Connecting the Power and Data Grapple Fixture circuits for the robotic arm
IVA
IVA
Y. Usachyov
J. Voss
ISS 08.06.2001
08.06.2001
0h 19m
0h 19m
Installing a docking cone to prepare for the arrival of the Russian docking compartment
EVA
EVA
M. Gernhardt
J. Reilly
STS-104
ISS
14.07.2001
14.07.2001
5h 59m
5h 59m
Installing Joint Airlock Module ("Quest") and attaching two high-pressure oxygen tanks
EVA
EVA
M. Gernhardt
J. Reilly
STS-104
ISS
17.07.2001
17.07.2001
6h 29m
6h 29m
Mounting one oxygen and one nitrogen tank
EVA
EVA
M. Gernhardt
J. Reilly
STS-104
ISS
20.07.2001
20.07.2001
4h 02m
4h 02m
Attaching the final nitrogen tank
EVA
EVA
D. Barry
P. Forrester
STS-105
ISS
16.08.2001
16.08.2001
6h 16m
6h 16m
Attaching an ammonia servicing unit and two science experiment packages
EVA
EVA
D. Barry
P. Forrester
STS-105
ISS
18.08.2001
18.08.2001
5h 29m
5h 29m
Mounting backup cables for future assembly
EVA
EVA
V. Dezhurov
M. Tyurin
ISS 08.10.2001
08.10.2001
4h 58m
4h 58m
Using first time the new Russian built airlock and docking port named Pirs, which docked on the Zvezda module since September 2001
EVA
EVA
V. Dezhurov
M. Tyurin
ISS 15.10.2001
15.10.2001
5h 52m
5h 52m
Mounting a variety of instruments outside the Zvezda service module
EVA
EVA
F. Culbertson
V. Dezhurov
ISS 12.11.2001
12.11.2001
5h 04m
5h 04m
Connecting seven cables between Zvezda service module and Pirs docking module and take photos
EVA
EVA
V. Dezhurov
M. Tyurin
ISS 03.12.2001
03.12.2001
2h 46m
2h 46m
Cutting away a rubbery O-ring seal that was preventing an unmanned cargo freighter from properly docking to the complex
EVA
EVA
L. Godwin
D. Tani
STS-108
ISS
10.12.2001
10.12.2001
4h 12m
4h 12m
Adding insulation blankets around two critical solar array drive, but they were unable to tighten up a solar array support truss
2002 EVA
EVA
Y. Onufriyenko
C. Walz
ISS 14.01.2002
14.01.2002
6h 03m
6h 03m
Moving a Strela cargo crane and install an amateur radio antenna
EVA
EVA
Y. Onufriyenko
D. Bursch
ISS 25.01.2002
25.01.2002
5h 59m
5h 59m
Installing six thruster deflectors at the rear of the Zvezda Service Module, retrieving and replacing a device to measure material from the thrusters and installing a ham radio antenna and its cabling
EVA
EVA
C. Walz
D. Bursch
ISS 20.02.2002
20.02.2002
5h 47m
5h 47m
Performing housekeeping chores and gather tools to prepare for the next station assembly mission
EVA
EVA
J. Grunsfeld
R. Linnehan
STS-109 04.03.2002
04.03.2002
7h 01m
7h 01m
Installing a new generation solar array on the starboard side of the HST
EVA
EVA
J. Newman
M. Massimino
STS-109 05.03.2002
05.03.2002
7h 16m
7h 16m
Installing the new port side array and replacing one of the four Reaction Wheel Assemblies
EVA
EVA
J. Grunsfeld
R. Linnehan
STS-109 06.03.2002
06.03.2002
6h 48m
6h 48m
Replaceing the Power Control Unit (PCU), the "electrical heart" of the HST
EVA
EVA
J. Newman
M. Massimino
STS-109 07.03.2002
07.03.2002
7h 18m
7h 18m
Changing the Faint Object Camera (FOC) with the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) and installing a new electronic support module for the NICMOS Cryo Cooler
EVA
EVA
J. Grunsfeld
R. Linnehan
STS-109 08.03.2002
08.03.2002
7h 20m
7h 20m
Installing the experimental cooling system (Cryo Cooler), replacing the solid nitrogen cooler of NICMOS
EVA
EVA
S. Smith
R. Walheim
STS-110
ISS
11.04.2002
11.04.2002
7h 48m
7h 48m
Installing the (S-Zero) truss segment
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
L. Morin
STS-110
ISS
13.04.2002
13.04.2002
7h 30m
7h 30m
Mounting two large tripod legs of the truss to the Destiny laboratory
EVA
EVA
S. Smith
R. Walheim
STS-110
ISS
14.04.2002
14.04.2002
6h 27m
6h 27m
Rewiring the Canadarm2 and finishing the complex's newly delivered rail car (Mobile Transporter) to move
EVA
EVA
J. Ross
L. Morin
STS-110
ISS
16.04.2002
16.04.2002
6h 37m
6h 37m
Installing a ladder, testing electrical switches for upcoming truss expansion and attaching external light and equipment to be used in future assembly work
EVA
EVA
F. Chang-Diaz
P. Perrin
STS-111
ISS
09.06.2002
09.06.2002
7h 14m
7h 14m
Installing a Power and Data Grapple Fixture to the station's P6 truss, to gather six micrometeoroid debris shields from the shuttle cargo bay and to store them temporarily on the PMA-1; Chang-Diaz conducted a visual and photographic inspection of the failed gyroscope
EVA
EVA
F. Chang-Diaz
P. Perrin
STS-111
ISS
11.06.2002
11.06.2002
5h 00m
5h 00m
Completing the installation of the second component of Canada's Remote Servicing System to the ISS; they connected power and data cables to the newly installed Mobile Base System (MBS) and bolt it to the Mobile Transporter; they also relocated a TV camera
EVA
EVA
F. Chang-Diaz
P. Perrin
STS-111
ISS
13.06.2002
13.06.2002
7h 17m
7h 17m
Replacing a faulty wrist-roll joint on Canadarm2
EVA
EVA
V. Korzun
P. Whitson
ISS 16.08.2002
16.08.2002
4h 25m
4h 25m
Installing first six of an eventual 23 debris shields on Zvezda
EVA
EVA
V. Korzun
S. Treshchyov
ISS 26.08.2002
26.08.2002
5h 21m
5h 21m
Attaching equipment to the station's exterior that will be used during future spacewalks and installing hardware for the Russian Kromka experiment
EVA
EVA
D. Wolf
P. Sellers
STS-112
ISS
10.10.2002
10.10.2002
7h 01m
7h 01m
Hooking up power, data and fluid connections between the S0 truss and the newly installed S1
EVA
EVA
D. Wolf
P. Sellers
STS-112
ISS
12.10.2002
12.10.2002
6h 04m
6h 04m
Installing a video camera on the hull of the Unity node; connecting fluid lines leading to the S1's ammonia tank assembly; finish removing launch locks holding the CETA cart in place; installing 25 of 31 "spool positioning devices"
EVA
EVA
D. Wolf
P. Sellers
STS-112
ISS
14.10.2002
14.10.2002
6h 36m
6h 36m
Performing some final outfitting and configuring of the new S1 truss and free a stuck bolt on the station's mobile railcar
EVA
EVA
M. Lopez-Alegria
J. Herrington
STS-113
ISS
26.11.2002
26.11.2002
6h 45m
6h 45m
Hooking up connections between the P1 and S0 trusses and do other work and installations
EVA
EVA
M. Lopez-Alegria
J. Herrington
STS-113
ISS
28.11.2002
28.11.2002
6h 10m
6h 10m
Installation of the fluid jumpers where the S0 and the P1 are attached to each other, removal of the P1's starboard keel pin and relocation of the CETA cart from the P1 to the S1 Truss, which will allow the Mobile Transporter to move along the P1 to assist in upcoming assembly mission.
EVA
EVA
M. Lopez-Alegria
J. Herrington
STS-113
ISS
30.11.2002
30.11.2002
7h 00m
7h 00m
Installation of more SPDs (Spool Positioning Devices), reconfiguration of electrical harnesses that route power through the Main Bus Switching Units and attaching Ammonia Tank Assembly lines.
2003 EVA
EVA
K. Bowersox
D. Pettit
ISS 15.01.2003
15.01.2003
6h 51m
6h 51m
Continuing outfitting and activating the International Space Station's newest component, the P1 (P-One) Truss and relocating a toolbox from the Z1 Truss to one of the Crew and Equipment Translation Aid.
EVA
EVA
K. Bowersox
D. Pettit
ISS 08.04.2003
08.04.2003
6h 26m
6h 26m
Reconfiguring power connections, providing a second power source for one of the Station's control moment gyroscopes, securing thermal covers on quick disconnect fittings for the station's thermal control system and to get a latch unstuck, which holds down a support for a light on the Crew and Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) carts.
2004 EVA
EVA
M. Foale
A. Kaleri
ISS 26.02.2004
26.02.2004
3h 55m
3h 55m
Installation of new experiments and replace and removing parts for existing experiments on the exterior of the ISS
EVA
EVA
G. Padalka
M. Fincke
ISS 24.06.2004
24.06.2004
0h 14m
0h 14m
Abort of a planned six-hour spacewalk
EVA
EVA
G. Padalka
M. Fincke
ISS 30.06.2004
30.06.2004
5h 40m
5h 40m
Installing a new circuit breaker to restore power to one of four gyroscopes that help orient the complex
EVA
EVA
G. Padalka
M. Fincke
ISS 03.08.2004
03.08.2004
4h 30m
4h 30m
Replacing several materials exposure experiment packages and a thruster contamination monitor, installing reflectors and communications equipment needed for the docking of a new European Space Agency cargo ship
EVA
EVA
G. Padalka
M. Fincke
ISS 03.09.2004
03.09.2004
5h 21m
5h 21m
Installing three antennas on the exterior of the Zvezda Service Module that will aid the automated docking of a new Station supply craft, the European Automated Transfer Vehicle; replacing of a pump panel on the Zarya module; installation of guides for spacesuit tethers on Zarya handrails; installation of handrail covers near the Pirs Docking Compartment hatch
2005 EVA
EVA
L. Chiao
S. Sharipov
ISS 26.01.2005
26.01.2005
5h 28m
5h 28m
Installing a work platform on the hull of the command module, to mount the European commercial experiment Rokviss, to relocate the Japanese space exposure experiment package and to install a Russian biological experiment
EVA
EVA
L. Chiao
S. Sharipov
ISS 28.03.2005
28.03.2005
4h 30m
4h 30m
Installing three communications antennas for the ATV (Automated Transfer Vehicle) and a GPS (Global Positioning System) antenna; Sharipov manually deployed a Russian experiment, tossing a small science satellite called "Nanosatellite" into orbit
EVA
EVA
S. Robinson
S. Noguchi
STS-114
ISS
30.07.2005
30.07.2005
6h 50m
6h 50m
Testing thermal protection system repair techniques and installation of the External Stowage Platform-2 Attachment Device (ESPAD) on the space station
EVA
EVA
S. Robinson
S. Noguchi
STS-114
ISS
01.08.2005
01.08.2005
7h 14m
7h 14m
Replace of a failed International Space Station attitude control gyroscope
EVA
EVA
S. Robinson
S. Noguchi
STS-114
ISS
03.08.2005
03.08.2005
6h 01m
6h 01m
Attach of a massive external tool box to the space station's Quest airlock module; mounting an experiment package on the top of the station's solar array truss; and remove two "gap fillers" sticking up between heat shield tiles on Discovery's belly
EVA
EVA
S. Krikalyov
J. Phillips
ISS 18.08.2005
18.08.2005
4h 58m
4h 58m
Change out a Russian biological experiment, retrieve some radiation sensors, remove a Japanese materials science experiment, photograph a Russian materials experiment, install a television camera and relocate a grapple fixture
EVA
EVA
W. McArthur
V. Tokarev
ISS 07.11.2005
07.11.2005
5h 22m
5h 22m
Installing a camera on the port side of the station's horizontal truss structure and removing an old experiment from the solar array truss on top of the facility
2006 EVA
EVA
W. McArthur
V. Tokarev
ISS 03.02.2006
03.02.2006
5h 43m
5h 43m
Installing a safing bolt to prevent the inadvertent firing of an electro-mechanical cable cutter on a mobile transporter used to move the station's big robot arm to different work sites; deployed SuitSat, an old Russian spacesuit with an amateur radio transmitter
EVA
EVA
P. Vinogradov
J. Williams
ISS 01.06.2006
01.06.2006
6h 31m
6h 31m
Installing a new hydrogen vent valve on the hull of the Zvezda Service Module to bypass a similar valve that is clogged; recovering a thruster residue collection device from Zvezda, retrieving a contamination monitoring device and a package of biology experiments and reposition a cable for a navigation antenna on the aft end of Zvezda; replacing a camera on the station's Mobile Base System
EVA
EVA
P. Sellers
M. Fossum
STS-121
ISS
08.07.2006
08.07.2006
7h 31m
7h 31m
Maintenance on the station’s mobile transporter and a test of astronaut movement on the end of the robotic arm boom extension for possible heat shield repairs during future flights
EVA
EVA
P. Sellers
M. Fossum
STS-121
ISS
10.07.2006
10.07.2006
6h 47m
6h 47m
Installation of a spare thermal control system pump on to the outside of the Quest Airlock; replacement of reel assembly for a cable that provides power and data to the station’s mobile transporter
EVA
EVA
P. Sellers
M. Fossum
STS-121
ISS
12.07.2006
12.07.2006
7h 11m
7h 11m
Demonstration of on-orbit heat shield repair techniques
EVA
EVA
J. Williams
T. Reiter
ISS 03.08.2006
03.08.2006
5h 54m
5h 54m
Installing items of hardware in preparation for future ISS assembly work and set up for deployment a number of instruments and experiments mounted on the outside of the Station
EVA
EVA
J. Tanner
H. Stefanyshyn-Piper
STS-115
ISS
12.09.2005
12.09.2006
6h 26m
6h 26m
Installation of power and data cables between the P1 and P3/P4 structures in preparation for solar array deployment
EVA
EVA
D. Burbank
S. MacLean
STS-115
ISS
13.09.2005
13.09.2006
7h 11m
7h 11m
Continue work to prepare the International Space Station’s P3/P4 integrated truss for operation
EVA
EVA
J. Tanner
H. Stefanyshyn-Piper
STS-115
ISS
15.09.2005
15.09.2006
6h 42m
6h 42m
Performing final tasks required for activation of the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ); the SARJ is an automobile-sized joint that will allow the station's solar arrays to turn and point toward the sun; they also prepared the P3/P4 truss and its solar arrays for operation by setting the stage for deployment of the truss' radiator
EVA
EVA
M. Lopez-Alegria
M. Tyurin
ISS 23.11.2006
23.11.2006
5h 38m
5h 38m
Retrieving equipment and photograph the station's Russian Zvezda Service Module's docking port, Tyurin also hit a golf ball from a specially designed tee mounted on the Pirs airlock as part of a Russian commercial activity
EVA
EVA
R. Curbeam
C. Fuglesang
STS-116
ISS
12.12.2006
12.12.2006
6h 36m
6h 36m
Align and connect the P5 truss segment to P4
EVA
EVA
R. Curbeam
C. Fuglesang
STS-116
ISS
14.12.2006
14.12.2006
5h 00m
5h 00m
Reconfigure power on channels 2 and 3 of the station's electrical system
EVA
EVA
R. Curbeam
S. Williams
STS-116
ISS
16.12.2006
16.12.2006
7h 31m
7h 31m
Reconfigure power on channels 1 and 4 of the station's electrical system
EVA
EVA
R. Curbeam
C. Fuglesang
STS-116
ISS
18.12.2006
18.12.2006
6h 38m
6h 38m
Fully retract the array
2007 EVA
EVA
M. Lopez-Alegria
S. Williams
ISS 31.01.2007
31.01.2007
7h 55m
7h 55m
Completing the activation of the lab complex's permanent ammonia cooling system. They made several of electrical and fluid line connections to tie the heat exchangers into coolant loop A; Most of the work was carried out in the so-called "rat's nest," a confined area between the Destiny laboratory module, the Unity connecting module and the Z1 truss that extends upward and supports the P6 solar array that provided the station's interim power.
EVA
EVA
M. Lopez-Alegria
S. Williams
ISS 04.02.2007
04.02.2007
7h 11m
7h 11m
Reconfiguring the second of two cooling loops for the Destiny module, securing the aft radiator of the P6 truss after retraction and preparing the obsolete Early Ammonia Servicer for removal this summer; several of the tasks were similar to those of the previous spacewalk
EVA
EVA
M. Lopez-Alegria
S. Williams
ISS 08.02.2007
08.02.2007
6h 40m
6h 40m
Removing shrouds, which provide thermal shading and which are larger than king-size bed sheets; they also made groundwork for attachment of a cargo carrier and preparing work for the relocation of the P6 Truss
EVA
EVA
M. Lopez-Alegria
M. Tyurin
ISS 22.02.2007
22.02.2007
6h 18m
6h 18m
Successful attempt to free a stuck antenna on the ISS Progress 23 cargo craft docked at the aft end of the station. They also surveyed docking navigation systems for the European Automated Transfer Vehicle, a cargo craft planned to make its maiden voyage in summer 2007
EVA
EVA
F. Yurchikhin
O. Kotov
ISS 30.05.2007
30.05.2007
5h 25m
5h 25m
Installing orbital debris protection panels on the Zvezda Service Module and replacing experiments on the hull of Zvezda
EVA
EVA
F. Yurchikhin
O. Kotov
ISS 06.06.2007
06.06.2007
5h 37m
5h 37m
Installing a section of Ethernet cable on the Zarya module, installing additional Service Module Debris Protection (SMDP) panels on Zvezda, and deploying a Russian scientific experiment
EVA
EVA
J. Reilly
D. Olivas
STS-117
ISS
11.06.2007
11.06.2007
6h 15m
6h 15m
Hooking up power cables to begin activation of the S3/S4 truss and starting to prepare the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint, also known as the SARJ, for activation
EVA
EVA
P. Forrester
S. Swanson
STS-117
ISS
13.06.2007
13.06.2007
7h 16m
7h 16m
Continuing the activation of the S3/S4 and assist in the retraction of the starboard solar array on the Port 6 (P6) truss
EVA
EVA
J. Reilly
D. Olivas
STS-117
ISS
15.06.2007
15.06.2007
7h 58m
7h 58m
Finishing removing the SARJ's launch locks and restraints so that it can be activated and repairing of the Shuttle's heat shield
EVA
EVA
P. Forrester
S. Swanson
STS-117
ISS
17.06.2007
17.06.2007
6h 29m
6h 29m
Final work to activate the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ)
EVA
EVA
F. Yurchikhin
C. Anderson
ISS 23.07.2007
23.07.2007
7h 41m
7h 41m
Replacing a failed power controller on the station's truss, jettison a refrigerator-sized ammonia reservoir tank and clean seals on a docking port on the Unity module
EVA
EVA
R. Mastracchio
D. Williams
STS-118
ISS
11.08.2007
11.08.2007
6h 17m
6h 17m
Removing locks from the S5 that secure it during launch and lock it in place, relocating a radiator from its launch position to the bottom of the S5 to provide clearance for solar arrays to track the sun. During mission STS-120, the radiator will be relocated to its final position.
EVA
EVA
R. Mastracchio
D. Williams
STS-118
ISS
13.08.2007
13.08.2007
6h 28m
6h 28m
Moving a failed control moment gyroscope (CMG-3) to an unpressurized platform that holds spare parts outside the station called External Stowage Platform–2 (ESP-2), a new platform, ESP-3, was added to the station (stored inside ESP-3 is a new gyro that the spacewalkers used to replace the failed one), disconnecting ESP-3 power cables to prepare it for permanent relocation to the station
EVA
EVA
R. Mastracchio
C. Anderson
STS-118
ISS
15.08.2007
15.08.2007
5h 28m
5h 28m
Preparing for the relocation of the P6 truss segment on the STS-120 mission, moving two equipment carts from the right to left side of the station and relocating an antenna and upgrade avionics and communication systems. This EVA had to be shortened because of a damage to the left thumb of Mastracchios spacesuit glove. At no time was Mastracchio in any danger, NASA said, but flight rules required Mastracchio to end his spacewalking task as a precaution.
EVA
EVA
W. Williams
C. Anderson
STS-118
ISS
18.08.2007
18.08.2007
5h 02m
5h 02m
Installing support equipment on the S1 truss that will allow for an addition to the inspection boom during the STS-123 mission, and installing a system to provide better wireless video coverage during future missions
EVA
EVA
S. Parazynski
D. Wheelock
STS-120
ISS
26.10.2007
26.10.2007
6h 14m
6h 14m
Retrieve and stow S-band Antenna Support Assembly, detach Node 2 ("Harmony") heater cables and remove cover from Node 2 aft berthing mechanism, stow grapple fixture on Node 2, 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, perform leak check, open Node 1 hatch
EVA
EVA
S. Parazynski
D. Tani
STS-120
ISS
28.10.2007
28.10.2007
6h 33m
6h 33m
Disconnect Z1 to P6 truss cables and unbolt P6; outfit outside Node 2 with handrails, worksite interface fixtures, gap spanners and install thermal covers, remote Node 2 berthing mechanism restraints; install grapple fixture on Node 2; configure squib firing unit on S1 truss for deploying radiators.
EVA
EVA
S. Parazynski
D. Wheelock
STS-120
ISS
30.10.2007
30.10.2007
7h 08m
7h 08m
During this EVA 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, configured squib firing unit on P1 truss, relocated main Bus Switching Unit from the Shuttle Cargo Bay to External Stowage Platform 2.
EVA
EVA
S. Parazynski
D. Wheelock
STS-120
ISS
03.11.2007
03.11.2007
7h 19m
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.
EVA
EVA
P. Whitson
Y. Malenchenko
ISS 09.11.2007
09.11.2007
6h 55m
6h 55m
They disconnected and stowed cables from Destiny to PMA 2, removed cover on Node 2 (Harmony) forward docking mechanism, demated avionics cables and released fluid tray bolts. They performed also a temporary stow of CETA light on Destiny and configured cables for power transfer for S0 truss/Node1/Zvezda and PMA 1/Zarya. At least they retrieved the Baseband Signal Processor from Z1 truss and released bolts on P1 Nitrogen Tank Assembly. Originally it was the planned fifth EVA work of the STS-120 crew.
EVA
EVA
P. Whitson
D. Tani
ISS 20.11.2007
20.11.2007
7h 16m
7h 16m
Complete the exterior hookup of Harmony. Much of the spacewalk included the moving of a 300-pound, 18.5-foot fluid tray from its temporary location at the center of the station's main truss to Harmony.
EVA
EVA
P. Whitson
D. Tani
ISS 24.11.2007
24.11.2007
7h 04m
7h 04m
Complete the exterior hookup of Harmony. Much of the spacewalk included the moving of another 300-pound, 18.5-foot fluid tray from its temporary location at the center of the station's main truss to Harmony.
EVA
EVA
P. Whitson
D. Tani
ISS 18.12.2007
18.12.2007
6h 56m
6h 56m
Examination of the starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ) and return a trundle assembly to the station's interior.
2008 EVA
EVA
P. Whitson
D. Tani
ISS 30.01.2008
30.01.2008
7h 10m
7h 10m
Replacing a motor with electrical failures, the Bearing Motor Roll Ring Module (BMRRM), called the 'broom". The motor drives the starboard solar wings as they tilt along their axis to follow the sun for optimal power generation as the station orbits the Earth. The second main goal of the spacewalk was inspection of the starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ). That device causes the starboard solar wings to rotate in a paddlewheel-like motion to keep the arrays pointed toward the sun.
EVA
EVA
R. Walheim
S. Love
STS-122
ISS
11.02.2008
11.02.2008
7h 58m
7h 58m
Preparing the Columbus module for installation on Harmony. Originallly it was planned that Walheim and Schlegel had to do this EVA, but Schlegel became ill (propably he suffered on the space adaption syndrome), so Love had to do the first EVA. They installed the Power Data Grapple Fixture on Columbus, which allowed the space station’s robotic arm to grab the module and move it from the shuttle’s payload bay to Harmony at the end of this spacewalk. Preparing work to remove the Nitrogen Tank Assembly, a part of the station’s thermal control system, from the P1 truss. The tasks took more time than planned. At time they were one full hour behind the timeline.
EVA
EVA
R. Walheim
H. Schlegel
STS-122
ISS
13.02.2008
13.02.2008
6h 45m
6h 45m
Removing the old NTA and temporarily store it on an equipment cart. They then installed the new one. The old NTA was transferred to the shuttle's payload bay for return home.
EVA
EVA
R. Walheim
S. Love
STS-122
ISS
15.02.2008
15.02.2008
7h 25m
7h 25m
Installing two payloads on Columbus' exterior: SOLAR, an observatory to monitor the sun; and the European Technology Exposure Facility (EuTEF) that will carry eight different experiments requiring exposure to the space environment. Moving a failed control moment gyroscope from its storage location on the station to the shuttle's payload bay for return to Earth.
EVA
EVA
R. Linnehan
G. Reisman
STS-123
ISS
14.03.2008
14.03.2008
7h 01m
7h 01m
Preparing the JEM ELM PS for its removal from the shuttle's payload bay. Later that day, the Japanese facility was installed on top of the Harmony module.
EVA
EVA
R. Linnehan
M. Foreman
STS-123
ISS
16.03.2008
16.03.2008
7h 08m
7h 08m
Assembling Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM), named Dextre by removing covers and installing arm components on its main body.
EVA
EVA
R. Linnehan
R. Behnken
STS-123
ISS
17.03.2008
17.03.2008
6h 53m
6h 53m
Completing Dextre assembly by installing a tool platform and tool holster assembly.
EVA
EVA
R. Behnken
M. Foreman
STS-123
ISS
20.03.2008
20.03.2008
6h 24m
6h 24m
Evaluating the Shuttle Tile Ablator-54, or STA-54, material and a tile repair ablator dispenser for use as a shuttle thermal protection system repair technique. The Tile Repair Ablator Dispenser, or T-RAD, is similar to a caulk gun. They used TRAD to mix and squirt out the STA-54 material into holes in several demonstration tiles. The repaired samples will be returned to Earth for extensive testing.
EVA
EVA
R. Behnken
M. Foreman
STS-123
ISS
22.03.2008
22.03.2008
6h 02m
6h 02m
Moving the Orbiter Boom Sensor System, the 50 ft. extension of the shuttle's robotic arm, to a temporary location on the station's main truss or backbone. The OBSS was left on the station because shuttle Discovery doesn't have enough room in its cargo bay to carry both the boom and the large Japanese pressurized module on the STS-124 mission. The spacewalkers also installed a new trundle bearing assembly in the starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint to allow the joint to rotate a little bit more if necessary. That SARJ has had limited ability for several months, and metallic debris has been found inside it. Additional spacewalk tasks included inspecting the SARJ and collecting debris samples.
EVA
EVA
M. Fossum
R. Garan
STS-124
ISS
03.06.2008
03.06.2008
6h 48m
6h 48m
Transfer of the Orbiter Boom Sensor System back to the shuttle from its temporary location of the station's truss, or backbone. The crew then prepared the JEM PM for its removal from the shuttle's payload bay. Later that day, the JEM PM was be installed on the port side of Harmony.
EVA
EVA
M. Fossum
R. Garan
STS-124
ISS
05.06.2008
05.06.2008
7h 11m
7h 11m
Installing covers and external television equipment on the JEM PM and remove covers on the JEM RMS, which will be installed on flight day 8. The spacewalkers also prepared for the flight day 7 relocation of the Japanese logistics module.
EVA
EVA
M. Fossum
R. Garan
STS-124
ISS
08.06.2008
08.06.2008
6h 33m
6h 33m
Replacing a failed nitrogen tank assembly on the station's truss with a spare that was temporarily stored on one of the station external stowage platforms. They also retrieved a failed camera system on the truss.
EVA
EVA
S. Volkov
O. Kononenko
ISS 10.07.2008
10.07.2008
6h 18m
6h 18m
Inspection of the Soyuz TMA-12 spacecraft, checking the five locks that attach the return module to the propulsion module, and retrieve a suspect pyrotechnic bolt for inspection by engineers on the ground.
EVA
EVA
S. Volkov
O. Kononenko
ISS 15.07.2008
15.07.2008
5h 54m
5h 54m
Removing and installing science experiments. They also installed rendezvous equipment for a new Russian module scheduled for launch late summer 2009.
EVA
SEVA
Z. Zhai
B. Liu
Shenzhou VII 27.09.2008
27.09.2008
0h 22m
0h 22m
First Chinese EVA
EVA
EVA
H. Stefanyshyn-Piper
S. Bowen
STS-126
ISS
18.11.2008
18.11.2008
6h 52m
6h 52m
Replacing a depleted nitrogen tank and a device used to help the flow of coolant from the truss, the backbone of the station. They also removed thermal covers from the Japanese Kibo module to inspect the berthing mechanism where the module's exposed facility will be installed during the STS-127 mission in 2009. They also started inspecting, cleaning and lubricating the starboard SARJ and begin replacing 11 of 12 trundle bearings. One was replaced during the STS-124 mission in June 2008.
EVA
EVA
H. Stefanyshyn-Piper
R. Kimbrough
STS-126
ISS
20.11.2008
20.11.2008
6h 45m
6h 45m
Relocating two equipment carts, setting the stage for the installation of the starboard S6 truss (scheduled for February 2009). The spacewalkers also lubricated the end effector, or hand, of the Canadarm2, the station's robotic arm. They also continued lubricating the starboard SARJ and replacing trundle bearings.
EVA
EVA
H. Stefanyshyn-Piper
S. Bowen
STS-126
ISS
22.11.2008
22.11.2008
6h 57m
6h 57m
Completing starboard SARJ cleaning, lubricating and trundle bearing work.
EVA
EVA
S. Bowen
R. Kimbrough
STS-126
ISS
24.11.2008
24.11.2008
6h 07m
6h 07m
Removing several thermal covers on the port SARJ. Kimbrough lubricated the port SARJ, while Bowen reinstalled the thermal insulation covers (removed on first EVA) on Kibo. He then installed two GPS antennas on Kibo's logistics module, while Kimbrough installed a new TV camera on the truss.
EVA
EVA
M. Fincke
Y. Lonchakov
ISS 23.12.2008
23.12.2008
5h 38m
5h 38m
Deploying and retrieve several Russian experiments on the station's exterior and installing a device to measure electromagnetic forces imparted on station hardware as the complex moves through low Earth orbit
2009 EVA
EVA
M. Fincke
Y. Lonchakov
ISS 10.03.2009
10.03.2009
4h 49m
4h 49m
Installing of EXPOSE-R, a European experiment that exposes seeds and spores to the space environment
EVA
EVA
S. Swanson
R. Arnold
STS-119
ISS
19.03.2009
19.03.2009
6h 07m
6h 07m
After Canadarm2 released S6 and moved away, the spacewalkers plugged in power and data cables to connect the new hardware and remove launch restraints from the photovoltaic radiator and the boxes containing the new solar arrays. They also deployed the Beta Gimbal Assemblies, which contain the masts that support the solar arrays, and position the boxes for later deployment.
EVA
EVA
S. Swanson
J. Acaba
STS-119
ISS
21.03.2009
21.03.2009
6h 30m
6h 30m
First task during this spacewalk was to prepare a worksite for new batteries that will be brought up on the STS-127 mission. They also installed a Global Positioning System antenna on the pressurized logistics module attached to the Kibo laboratory.
EVA
EVA
R. Arnold
J. Acaba
STS-119
ISS
23.03.2009
23.03.2009
6h 27m
6h 27m
Moving one of the station's two Crew and Equipment and Translation Aid - or CETA - carts. The carts were moved to the port side of the station's truss during the previous mission to give the robotic arm's mobile transporter the best possible access to the starboard truss for the installation of the new truss segment and solar arrays. With that work done, one of the carts was moved back to the station's port side, leaving a cart for use on either side of the truss.
EVA
EVA
J. Grunsfeld
A. Feustel
STS-125 14.05.2009
14.05.2009
7h 20m
7h 20m
Replacing a wide field camera. They also swapped out three batteries and installed a mechanism for a spacecraft to capture for de-orbit at the end of the telescope's life.
EVA
EVA
M. Massimino
M. Good
STS-125 15.05.2009
15.05.2009
7h 56m
7h 56m
Changing out three boxes, each containing two of the telescope's six gyroscopes, and three batteries.
EVA
EVA
J. Grunsfeld
A. Feustel
STS-125 16.05.2009
16.05.2009
6h 36m
6h 36m
Installing the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, a device that will perform spectroscopy, the science of breaking up light into its individual components. The astronauts also conducted repairs to the Advanced Camera for Surveys, which has experienced power failures, causing two of the telescope's three observing channels to stop operating.
EVA
EVA
M. Massimino
M. Good
STS-125 17.05.2009
17.05.2009
8h 02m
8h 02m
Repairing and upgrade the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph, which stopped working in 2004 due to power failures, and install a stainless steel blanket on Hubble's exterior. The blankets provide additional thermal protection for some equipment bays, replacing the existing multi-layer insulation that has degraded over time.
EVA
EVA
J. Grunsfeld
A. Feustel
STS-125 18.05.2009
18.05.2009
7h 02m
7h 02m
Replacing a sensor needed for pointing the telescope and install another blanket on Hubble's exterior.
EVA
EVA
G. Padalka
M. Barratt
ISS 05.06.2009
05.06.2009
4h 54m
4h 54m
Preparing Pirs for the arrival of a new Russian module called the Mini-Research Module 2, or MRM2
IVA
IVA
G. Padalka
M. Barratt
ISS 10.06.2009
10.06.2009
0h 12m
0h 12m
Interior spacewalk to the transfer compartment between the Zvezda service module and the Zarya module for setting the stage for the MRM2's launch and automated linkup.
EVA
EVA
D. Wolf
T. Kopra
STS-127
ISS
18.07.2009
18.07.2009
5h 32m
5h 32m
Prepare connecting mechanisms for Kibo and the exposed facility, which the station's robotic arm will install later in the day. They also released bolts on an ammonia tank assembly as get-ahead work for the next shuttle mission, STS-128. Then, both worked to deploy the unpressurized cargo carrier attachment system (UCCAS) on the Port 3 truss that was jammed and couldn't be done on STS-119. The UCCAS will be used in the future to store equipment and supplies on the outside of the station.
EVA
EVA
D. Wolf
T. Marshburn
STS-127
ISS
20.07.2009
20.07.2009
6h 53m
6h 53m
Transport of spare parts from a cargo carrier to a stowage platform on the station's truss. These parts include: an antenna, a pump module and a rail mechanism that allows a transporter to move up and down the truss. They also relocated a grapple bar onto an ammonia tank assembly as a get-ahead for the STS-129 mission, targeted for November 2009. A planned installation of a camera on the Japanese Experiment Facility was postponed to a future EVA for want of time.
EVA
EVA
D. Wolf
C. Cassidy
STS-127
ISS
22.07.2009
22.07.2009
5h 59m
5h 59m
Preparing the exposed facility for experiment transfers and replace two out of the six batteries (four were planned) on the port side truss where they are housed to provide power for the truss.
EVA
EVA
T. Marshburn
C. Cassidy
STS-127
ISS
24.07.2009
24.07.2009
7h 12m
7h 12m
Replacing the final four batteries on the port truss.
EVA
EVA
T. Marshburn
C. Cassidy
STS-127
ISS
27.07.2009
27.07.2009
4h 54m
4h 54m
Removing covers from the Dextre robotic arm, reconfigure cables on a panel for some circuit breakers and deploy two additional payload attachment systems. They also installed a second camera that will provide video of experiments on the aft end of the exposed facility, a work, which was originally scheduled for EVA 4. Finally, they replaced an aging camera system on the starboard truss. Instead some get ahead tasks were completed which included installation of handrails and a portable foot restraint.
EVA
EVA
D. Olivas
N. Stott
STS-128
ISS
01.09.2009
01.09.2009
6h 35m
6h 35m
Preparing for the replacement of an empty ammonia tank on the station's port truss, or backbone, by releasing its bolts. They also retrieved a materials processing experiment and a European science experiment mounted outside the Columbus laboratory and stowed them in Discovery's cargo bay for their return to Earth.
EVA
EVA
D. Olivas
C. Fuglesang
STS-128
ISS
03.09.2009
03.09.2009
6h 39m
6h 39m
Removing the new ammonia tank from the shuttle's payload bay and replacing it with the used tank on the station. The new tank, weighing about 1,800 pounds, was the most mass ever moved around by spacewalking astronauts. After the new tank was installed, the old one was stowed in the shuttle for its return to Earth.
EVA
EVA
D. Olivas
C. Fuglesang
STS-128
ISS
05.09.2009
05.09.2009
7h 01m
7h 01m
Preparing for the arrival of the Tranquility node by attaching cables between the starboard truss and the Unity node, the area where Tranquility will be installed. Tranquility is targeted to arrive to the station on STS-130 in February 2010. The spacewalkers also replaced a communications sensor device, installed two new GPS antennas and a new circuit breaker.
EVA
EVA
M. Foreman
R. Satcher
STS-129
ISS
19.11.2009
19.11.2009
6h 37m
6h 37m
Installing a spare antenna on the station's truss, or backbone, and a bracket for ammonia lines on the Unity module. They lubricated the grapple mechanism on the Payload Orbital Replacement Unit Attachment Device on the Mobile Base System and lubricated the snares of the hand of the station's Japanese robotic arm.
EVA
EVA
M. Foreman
R. Bresnik
STS-129
ISS
21.11.2009
21.11.2009
6h 08m
6h 08m
Installing the GATOR (Grappling Adaptor to On-Orbit Railing) bracket to the Columbus laboratory and an additional ham radio antenna. They installed on the truss an antenna for wireless helmet camera video. They also relocated the Floating Potential Measurement Unit that records electrical potential around the station as it orbits the Earth and deployed a bracket to attach cargo on the truss.
EVA
EVA
R. Satcher
R. Bresnik
STS-129
ISS
23.11.2009
23.11.2009
5h 42m
5h 42m
Installing a new oxygen tank on the Quest airlock and the next set of the "Materials on International Space Station Experiment," known as MISSE-7A and 7B, on ELC-2. They worked the heater cables on a docking adapter in advance of the Tranquility node's installation on Unity's port side and deployed another cargo platform on the truss.
2010 EVA
EVA
M. Surayev
O. Kotov
ISS 14.01.2010
14.01.2010
5h 44m
5h 44m
Preparing the Mini-Research Module 2, known as Poisk, for future Russian vehicle dockings.
EVA
EVA
R. Behnken
N. Patrick
STS-130
ISS
12.02.2010
12.02.2010
6h 32m
6h 32m
Removing a cover that has been in place to protect a port on the Unity node, the location where Tranquility was attached robotically halfway through the spacewalk. Next, the spacewalkers removed and stored a spare parts platform from the Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator, or DEXTRE, a two-armed space station robot capable of handling delicate assembly tasks currently performed by spacewalkers. Finally, they installed four electronics systems cables between Unity and Tranquility to bring the new node to life.
EVA
EVA
R. Behnken
N. Patrick
STS-130
ISS
14.02.2010
14.02.2010
5h 54m
5h 54m
Installing ammonia plumbing connectors between Unity and Tranquility and covered them with thermal insulation. When turned on, the ammonia will provide cooling to Tranquility. Then they prepared a port on the Earth-facing side of Tranquility for the flight day 8 relocation and attachment of the Cupola.
EVA
EVA
R. Behnken
N. Patrick
STS-130
ISS
17.02.2010
17.02.2010
5h 48m
5h 48m
Turning on the ammonia cooling lines between Unity and Tranquility, installing heater and data cables on Tranquility, removing insulation and launching locks from the newly-installed Cupola, and installed handrails on the outside of Tranquility.
EVA
EVA
R. Mastracchio
C. Anderson
STS-131
ISS
09.04.2010
09.04.2010
6h 27m
6h 27m
The crew inside used the station's robotic arm to remove a new ammonia tank from shuttle's payload bay and temporarily stow it on the station. Ammonia is used to move excess heat from inside the station to the radiators located outside. The spacewalkers then retrieved a seed experiment outside the Japanese laboratory. Next, the pair installed a grapple bar to the new ammonia tank on the station's truss. The pair also replaced a failed gyroscope that is part of the station's navigation system. They also accomplished several "get-ahead" tasks, removing 11 out of 12 p-clamps slated for a future spacewalk.
EVA
EVA
R. Mastracchio
C. Anderson
STS-131
ISS
11.04.2010
11.04.2010
7h 26m
7h 26m
Using the station's arm, the astronauts removed the empty ammonia tank from the station's truss and temporarily stowed it on an equipment cart. The new tank then was installed and connected to the truss for use. Connecting the nitrogen and ammonia fluid lines was delayed for this spacewalk because of the delays getting the tank installed. The station's arm then temporarily stowed the old tank on another part of the station's structure until the mission's third spacewalk.
EVA
EVA
R. Mastracchio
C. Anderson
STS-131
ISS
13.04.2010
13.04.2010
6h 24m
6h 24m
First they finished the complicated change out of the large ammonia tank assembly. Using the station's arm, the crew moved the old tank into the shuttle's payload bay for return to Earth. The spacewalkers also removed the grapple bar from the old ammonia tank and stowed it on a spare parts platform. Finally Anderson and Mastracchio retrieved debris shields from the Quest airlock to return to Earth.
EVA
EVA
G. Reisman
S. Bowen
STS-132
ISS
17.05.2010
17.05.2010
7h 25m
7h 25m
Installing a spare space-to-ground Ku-band antenna on the station's truss, or backbone. Then they installed a new tool platform on Dextre. The spacewalkers breaked the torque on bolts holding batteries in place on the truss, in preparation for their removal and replacement on the second and third spacewalks. Battery preparation work was deferred from STS-131 to this flight.
EVA
EVA
S. Bowen
M. Good
STS-132
ISS
19.05.2010
19.05.2010
7h 09m
7h 09m
Removing and replacing four of the six batteries on the port truss to store electricity from the solar arrays on that truss. The used batteries were installed on the cargo carrier for return to Earth on Atlantis. In addition to the original tasks Bowen and Good relieved a snagged cable that is preventing full use of the laser imager and video camera. The equipment is located on the Orbiter Boom Sensor System.
EVA
EVA
M. Good
G. Reisman
STS-132
ISS
21.05.2010
21.05.2010
6h 46m
6h 46m
Installing the final two new batteries on the truss and put the old batteries on the carrier. Next, they retrieved a grapple fixture from Atlantis' payload bay and brought it inside the station for use as a spare.
EVA
EVA
F. Yurchikhin
M. Korniyenko
ISS 27.07.2010
27.07.2010
6h 42m
6h 42m
Preparing the recently delivered Russian Rassvet Module for future automated dockings by Russian spacecraft
EVA
EVA
D. Wheelock
T. Caldwell-Dyson
ISS 07.08.2010
07.08.2010
8h 03m
8h 03m
They removed hose clamps and then started disconnecting umbilicals from the broken space station coolant pump. However, difficulty unplugging one of the ammonia lines consumed a couple of hours and a leak seen from that connector once it finally cooperated prevented the astronauts from progressing any further in their work.
EVA
EVA
D. Wheelock
T. Caldwell-Dyson
ISS 11.08.2010
11.08.2010
7h 26m
7h 26m
Removing the old pump and stowing it on a payload attachment bracket on the Mobile Base System on the station's truss while preparing the replacement pump for its removal from a stowage platform adjacent to the Quest airlock and its installation on the truss during a third spacewalk.
EVA
EVA
D. Wheelock
T. Caldwell-Dyson
ISS 16.08.2010
16.08.2010
7h 20m
7h 20m
Installation of a spare ammonia pump module on the S1 Truss.
EVA
EVA
F. Yurchikhin
O. Skripochka
ISS 15.11.2010
15.11.2010
6h 27m
6h 27m
Installing a multipurpose workstation on the starboard side of the Zvezda service module’s large-diameter section, cleaning thermal insulation around the vents for the Elektron oxygen-generation system and relocating a television camera from one end of the Rassvet docking compartment to the other (failed due to interference with insulation where it was to be installed).
2011 EVA
EVA
D. Kondratiyev
O. Skripochka
ISS 21.01.2011
21.01.2011
5h 23m
5h 23m
Completing installation of a new high-speed data transmission system, removing an old plasma pulse experiment, installing a camera for the new Rassvet docking module and retrieving a materials exposure package.
EVA
EVA
D. Kondratiyev
O. Skripochka
ISS 16.02.2011
16.02.2011
4h 51m
4h 51m
Installing two experiments. One will collect information useful in seismic forecasts and earthquake predictions, and the second will look at gamma splashes and optical radiation during terrestrial lightning and thunderstorms. The spacewalkers also retrieved a pair of panels exposed to space as part of an experiment to identify the best materials for building long-duration spacecraft. The cosmonauts also deployed an experiment called ARISSat-1, or Radioskaf-V, a boxy 57-pound nanosatellite that houses congratulatory messages commemorating the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's launch to become the first human in space.
EVA
EVA
S. Bowen
A. Drew
STS-133
ISS
28.02.2011
28.02.2011
6h 34m
6h 34m
They installed a power extension cable between the Unity and Tranquility nodes to provide a contingency power source should it be required. The spacewalkers moved the failed ammonia pump module that was replaced in August 2010 from an attachment bracket to a stowage platform adjacent to the Quest airlock. Drew and Bowen installed a piece of hardware that will go under a camera on the truss. The hardware will tilt the camera to provide clearance for a spare part to be installed on a future mission. They next replaced a guide for the rail cart system used for moving cargo along the truss. The guides were removed when the astronauts were performing work on the station's starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint, which rotates the solar arrays to track the sun.
EVA
EVA
S. Bowen
A. Drew
STS-133
ISS
02.03.2011
02.03.2011
6h 14m
6h 14m
The astronauts removed thermal insulation from a platform, while Bowen swaped out an attachment bracket on the Columbus module. Bowen then installed a camera assembly on the Dextre robot then removed insulation from Dextre's electronics platform. Drew installed a light on a cargo cart and repair some dislodged thermal insulation from a valve on the truss then remove other insulation from Tranquility. The final task was be to "fill" a special bottle with space for a Japanese education payload. The bottle will be part of a museum exhibit for public viewing.
EVA
EVA
A. Feustel
G. Chamitoff
STS-134
ISS
20.05.2011
20.05.2011
6h 19m
6h 19m
They retrieved two experiments and install a new package of experiments on ELC-2, which is already on the station. Next they installed jumpers between segments on the left-side truss, or backbone of the station, for ammonia refills; vent nitrogen from an ammonia servicer; and installed an external wireless communication antenna on the Destiny laboratory that will provide wireless communication to the Express Logistics Carriers mounted on the station's truss.
EVA
EVA
A. Feustel
M. Fincke
STS-134
ISS
22.05.2011
22.05.2011
8h 07m
8h 07m
The astronauts refilled radiators with ammonia. They also completed venting the early ammonia system, lubricated a left-side solar joint and parts of Dextre, a two-armed space station robot capable of handling delicate assembly tasks currently performed by spacewalkers.
EVA
EVA
A. Feustel
M. Fincke
STS-134
ISS
25.05.2011
25.05.2011
6h 54m
6h 54m
Installing a grapple, or handle for the robotic arm on the station to grab, on the Zarya module to support robotic operations based from the Russian segment. They also installed additional cables to provide backup power to the Russian portion of the space station.
EVA
EVA
M. Fincke
G. Chamitoff
STS-134
ISS
27.05.2011
27.05.2011
7h 24m
7h 24m
Fincke and Chamitoff stowed the shuttle's 50-foot boom on the right-side truss on a permanent stowage fixture, retrieved the grapple from the station's left-side truss and used it as a replacement for the grapple currently on the boom. They then released restraints from one of the arms on Dextre and replaced thermal insulation on one of the spare gas tanks for the Quest airlock.
EVA
EVA
M. Fossum
R. Garan
ISS 12.07.2011
12.07.2011
6h 31m
6h 31m
Transfer of a failed ammonia pump to the shuttle cargo bay, transfer of the Robotic Refueling Mission (RRM) to the station and place an experiment on ELC-2 for long-duration exposure.
EVA
EVA
S. Volkov
A. Samokutyayev
ISS 03.08.2011
03.08.2011
6h 23m
6h 23m
Moving a small crane, installing a communications terminal and removing and inspect antennas. Other tasks included installing a materials science experiment and deploying a micro-satellite.
2012 EVA
EVA
O. Kononenko
A. Shkaplerov
ISS 16.02.2012
16.02.2012
6h 15m
6h 15m
The tasks included: space crane Strela 1 relocation from DC1 to MRM2, using Strela 2, jettison MLI (Multi-Layer Insulation) cover, installing the Strela 1 on MRM2 (to aid future EVAs), stowing Strela 2 at DC1, installing the Vinoslivost Materials Sample Experiment on the DC1, taking a sample from the MLI insulation of the SM to look for any signs of living organisms and collecting one (of two planned) samples from the "Test" experiment.
EVA
EVA
G. Padalka
Y. Malenchenko
ISS 20.08.2012
20.08.2012
5h 51m
5h 51m
The cosmonauts moved a Strela-2 cargo boom from the Pirs docking compartment to the Zarya module. This allows Pirs to be undocked at a later date making room for the new Russian multipurpose laboratory. Other tasks included releasing a small satellite and installing debris shields.
EVA
EVA
S. Williams
A. Hoshide
ISS 30.08.2012
30.08.2012
8h 17m
8h 17m
The astronauts replaced a faulty power routing unit (partly failed) on the station's truss and run cables for an upcoming Russian laboratory module.
EVA
EVA
S. Williams
A. Hoshide
ISS 05.09.2012
05.09.2012
6h 28m
6h 28m
The astronauts completed the installation of a spare power unit on the station's truss.
EVA
EVA
S. Williams
A. Hoshide
ISS 01.11.2012
01.11.2012
6h 38m
6h 38m
The astronauts repaired an ammonia leak on one of the station's port-side radiators.
2013 EVA
EVA
P. Vinogradov
R. Romanenko
ISS 19.04.2013
19.04.2013
6h 38m
6h 38m
They installed and connected the Obstanovka plasma wave experiment, a Russian investigation into space weather in Earth’s upper atmosphere. This task includes the planned jettison of two probe containers and a cable reel. They then removed a container from the Russian experiment Biorisk, which looks at the effects of microbial bacteria and fungus on structural materials used in spacecraft construction.
EVA
EVA
C. Cassidy
T. Marshburn
ISS 11.05.2013
11.05.2013
5h 30m
5h 30m
Inspection and replacement of a pump controller box on the station’s far port truss (P6) suspected of leaking ammonia coolant.
EVA
EVA
F. Yurchikhin
A. Misurkin
ISS 24.06.2013
24.06.2013
6h 34m
6h 34m
They replaced a fluid flow regulator on the Russian segment’s Zarya module. They also removed the Photon-Gamma unit of the Molina-Gamma experiment, which measures gamma splashes and optical radiation during terrestrial lightning and thunder conditions, from a portable workstation on Zvezda.
EVA
EVA
C. Cassidy
L. Parmitano
ISS 09.07.2013
09.07.2013
6h 07m
6h 07m
The astronauts replaced a space-to-ground communications receiver and wireless video equipment and installed power and cables for a Russian multipurpose laboratory module that will be launched later in 2013. The new module will serve as a research facility, docking port and airlock for future Russian spacewalks and will replace the Pirs module.
EVA
EVA
C. Cassidy
L. Parmitano
ISS 16.07.2013
16.07.2013
1h 32m
1h 32m
The spacewalk was terminated after just one hour due to an unexplained build up of water inside the space suit helmet of European Space Agency astronaut Luca Parmitano.
EVA
EVA
F. Yurchikhin
A. Misurkin
ISS 16.08.2013
16.08.2013
7h 29m
7h 29m
They continued routing power and Ethernet cables for the future arrival of the Russian Multipurpose Laboratory Module, which will be launched aboard a Proton rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. They also installed on the Poisk module a panel of experiments designed to collect data on the effects of the microgravity environment in low-Earth orbit.
EVA
EVA
F. Yurchikhin
A. Misurkin
ISS 22.08.2013
22.08.2013
5h 58m
5h 58m
The cosmonauts removed a space laser communications system from the hull of the Zvezda service module and planned to install a pointing platform on which a small optical telescope will be installed on a future Russian spacewalk. This task failed.
EVA
EVA
O. Kotov
S. Ryazansky
ISS 09.11.2013
09.11.2013
5h 50m
5h 50m
The cosmonauts carried the Olympic torch when they venture outside the International Space Station. After the photo opportunity, they prepared a pointing platform on the hull of the station's Zvezda service module for the installation of a high resolution camera system in December 2013, relocate of a foot restraint for use on future spacewalks and deactivate an experiment package.
EVA
EVA
R. Mastracchio
M. Hopkins
ISS 21.12.2013
21.12.2013
5h 28m
5h 28m
The EVA mainly focused on disconnecting the failed loop A pump module from its location on the Starboard 1 (S1) Truss - including the infamously difficult ammonia disconnections.
EVA
EVA
R. Mastracchio
M. Hopkins
ISS 24.12.2013
24.12.2013
7h 30m
7h 30m
They removed a spare pump module from the ESP-3 and installed it on the Starboard 1 (S1) Truss.
EVA
EVA
O. Kotov
S. Ryazansky
ISS 27.12.2013
27.12.2013
8h 07m
8h 07m
The cosmonauts attempted to install a pair of cameras on the Zvezda Service Module as part of a Canadian commercial endeavor designed to downlink Earth observation imagery and to refresh experiments.
2014 EVA
EVA
O. Kotov
S. Ryazansky
ISS 27.01.2014
27.01.2014
6h 08m
6h 08m
Reinstalling a pair of high-fidelity cameras as part of a commercial endeavor between a Canadian firm and the Russian Federal Space Agency. Oleg Kotov and Sergei Ryazansky previously attempted to install the cameras during a marathon 8-hour, 7-minute spacewalk on December 27, 2013 - the longest Russian spacewalk ever conducted - but had to return them to the airlock when Russian flight controllers did not receive the expected telemetry.
Acronyms
EVA = Extra Vehicular Activity
IVA = Intra Vehicular Activity
SEVA = Stand-up-EVA

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