Author Topic: LIVE: Expedition 36 Russian Spacewalk (EVA-34) - August 16, 2013  (Read 31009 times)

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Now turning right for the Strela to point forward

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"Looks like you're in space, everything around you is black."

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Fyodor Yurchikhin riding Strela 1. Still on the move to the PMA-1-Zarya Interface.
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Stop motion, start retracting (that's what the interpreter says, I think they're doing the opposite)

edit: confirmed, extending Strela
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1:00 PET; KU loss

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PET 60 mins.
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Looking at the timeline posted here earlier, it appears they are over 30 minutes ahead of the timeline.

Going into darkness in a few minutes

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Up next:
securing the Strela in a cradle on the FGB. Retraction of the arm back to Poisk is planned as a get-ahead.

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Gap spanner to be installed:
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Sasha now working on installing the Vinoslivost experiment; then gap spanners from Poisk to Zvezda and Zarya.

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Looks like the material experiment panel has already been installed?

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KU back with a helmetcam view of Vinoslivost being already installed

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Locking the screws down....
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Fyodor is working on routing the first power cable, unfortunately he doesn't wear a helmet camera.

Meanwhile, Sasha is preparing to install the connector pannel number 1
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