International Space Station Spacewalk, July 1, 2020


Tune in for our next International Space Station spacewalk!

On Wednesday, July 1, NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken will begin the 229th spacewalk in support of space station assembly, maintenance and upgrades. Astronauts Cassidy and Behnken will exit the station’s Quest airlock to replace aging nickel-hydrogen batteries for one of two power channels on the far starboard truss with new lithium-ion batteries that arrived on a Japanese cargo spacecraft last month. The spacewalk will begin at around 7:35 a.m. EDT, with an expected duration of 7 hours.

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  1. What would happen if one of the astronauts would squad himself as hard as he can in the opposite directions of the iss flying.

  2. Thank you for posting. I had the chance to see a rocket launch in 2018. Memorable experience. I uploaded a pretty awesome video of the experience on my channel.

  3. I enjoyed seeing the work, and the tools in micro gravity, as well as how they had to move about, jest wish had coverage of them getting in and out of the E.V.A.'s. As well as them working the outer hatch and controls. This in part makes me want to make my own space worthy vehicle, was thinking a glider design for reentry at a extreamly slow speed and a rockoon for getting up there. Hea I have other thoughts. But love this video thanks NASA.

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