US EVA-84 (PET: 0:19; 8:33am EST): Moving into orbital sunrise, Wakata and Mann have floated out of the Quest airlock; after tether and tool checks they'll make their way to the right side of the space station's power truss for today's IROSA bracket assembly
Spacewalk update: @NASA_Astronauts Nicole Mann and @JAXA_en Koichi Wakata set their spacesuits to battery power at 8:14am ET, marking the official start of today's spacewalk. The spacewalk is expected to last up to seven hours.
A view of a sunrise over the South Pacific ocean is seen outside the space station as spacewalkers Mann and Wakata begin to move to their worksite. 🤩🌅
.@NASA_Astronauts @AstroDuke is seen transporting the 330-lb. modification kit bag containing all the parts for assembling and installing the mounting platform that will prepare the station for a future solar array installation. 🔧☀️
US EVA-84 (PET: 1:46; 10:00am EST): Wakata is now making his way inboard to join Mann at the S4 truss segment where she is working to assemble the power channel 1A IROSA suppport fixture