Should I keep the screenshots going?
Thanks for the help with the coverage! Dappa, David, Prober, Jonathan....
One question: had the cooling loop leakage happens on somewhere other than the P6 truss (P4/S4/S6), would it be more difficult to stop the leak (i.e. the astronauts would have to disconnect one of the EECAS TCRs and move it to the working place, disconnecting the leaking PVR and connect the spare TCR )? It seems that in that case it would take more than 1 EVA to complete all the work.....
What will be done in August?
Pete's excellent article (it really is, you all must read it or I'll be having words ) updated post-EVA:http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2012/11/astronaut-duo-spacewalk-iss-isolate-ammonia-leak/
Was there any mention of a post EVA press conference?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-20175484Vogue dance is on the BBC website if anybody still hasn't seen it.
Quote from: Chris Bergin on 11/01/2012 06:10 pmPete's excellent article (it really is, you all must read it or I'll be having words ) updated post-EVA:http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2012/11/astronaut-duo-spacewalk-iss-isolate-ammonia-leak/Excellent work Pete, as always!
The next task for Williams was to reconfigure two Early Ammonia Services (EAS) jumpers, in order to connect the channel 2B cooling system to the TTCR. This task involved de-mating the first jumper, FH-01, from its M9 male connection, venting all the nitrogen from it with a nitrogen vent tool, and then connecting it to the M10 male connector. The FH-02 jumper was then connected to the M9 male connector.