ISS Astronauts go 3-for-3 in Successful Spacewalks, Robotic Arm Restored to Full Functionality

A series of three Extravehicular Activities concluded on Friday with another very successful spacewalk outside the International Space Station that finished repairing the Station’s robotic arm for upcoming visiting vehicle captures and external maintenance operations.

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ISS Spacewalk Effort to Conclude with Friday EVA to Replace Cameras, Fuses; Prepare for Robotic Work

The Expedition 53 crew aboard the International Space Station is gearing up for the third and last in a series of spacewalks planned this month to complete repair work on the Space Station’s robotic arm and deal with broken cameras and other outfitting tasks on the exterior of the complex.

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Robotic Arm Lubrication, Camera Replacement & More – Back-to-Back EVA Success for ISS Astronauts

International Space Station crew members Randy Bresnik and Mark Vande Hei checked off a busy task list on Tuesday on the second of three spacewalks planned outside the orbiting laboratory this month to tackle a number of repair and outfitting tasks.

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ISS Astronauts set for challenging Spacewalk to Reconfigure external Cooling Systems

Following up on their successful spacewalk last Wednesday, International Space Station Astronauts Kjell Lindgren and Scott Kelly are gearing up to head outside again this Friday to complete the reconfiguration of an external cooling radiator system and return it to a normal configuration.

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ISS Spacewalking Duo set for busy EVA Wednesday

International Space Station residents Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren are gearing up for a pair of spacewalks set for this Wednesday and Friday, November 6. As part of their two excursions, Kelly and Lindgren will be continuing to prepare the exterior of the Station for Commercial Crew Vehicles and dual-berthed cargo missions. They will also complete different maintenance and outfitting tasks to keep ISS in ship shape.

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