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http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/MM_NTV_Breaking.html

June 24, Monday
9 a.m. - ISS Expedition 36 Russian Spacewalk Coverage (Spacewalk scheduled at begin at 9:35 a.m. ET) – JSC (Public and Media Channels)

http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/737534main_exp35-36_press_kit.pdf

"The focus of the second spacewalk – Russian spacewalk 33 by Yurchikhin and Misurkin – will be replacing a fluid flow regulator (SP RRZh No. 2 - anik's note) on the Russian segment’s Zarya module. They also will remove the Photon-Gamma unit of the Molnia-Gamma experiment, which measures gamma splashes and optical radiation during terrestrial lightning and thunder conditions, from a portable workstation on Zvezda. A test of the station’s KURS equipment, which is used to control the automatic docking of Russian Progress resupply ships,
also will be conducted. Additional tasks will include photographing the multilayer insulation (MLI) protecting the Russian segment from micrometeoroids and taking samples from the exterior surface of the pressure hull underneath the MLI to identify signs of pressure hull material microscopic deterioration"
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June 24? If I got it right, that's Shenzhou 10 landing (assuming launch on June 9), this EVA and an Arianespace Soyuz launch on the same day (the latter two will probably happen at the same time!)!  :o
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http://www.interfax.ru/news.asp?id=312870

EVA will begin at 13:35 UTC and end at 19:35 UTC.

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Tasks of EVA from MCC-M website:
1. Replace a fluid flow regulator SP RRZh No. 2 on Zarya module;
2. Install clamps for USOS-MLM cables on Zarya module;
3. Install Indikator-MKS equipment on Poisk module;
4. Remove Vynoslivost' second panel from Poisk module;
5. Install five soft handrails on Zvezda module;
6. Remove Foton-Gamma equipment from Zvezda module;
7. Kurs system's test.

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MEDIA ADVISORY: M13-099

NASA TELEVISION TO AIR JUNE 24 SPACE STATION SPACEWALK

WASHINGTON -- NASA Television will provide live coverage when two
members of the Expedition 36 crew venture outside the International
Space Station on Monday, June 24. The pair will conduct a six-hour
spacewalk in preparation for the addition of a new Russian module
later this year.

NASA TV coverage of the spacewalk by Russian flight engineers Fyodor
Yurchikhin and Alexander Misurkin will begin at 9 a.m. EDT. Yurchikin
and Misurkin will begin the spacewalk about 9:35 a.m. when they open
the hatch to the space station's Pirs docking compartment and float
outside.

They will replace a fluid flow control panel on the station's Zarya
module and install clamps for future power cables as an early step
toward swapping the Pirs airlock with a new multipurpose laboratory
module. The Russian Federal Space Agency plans to launch a
combination research facility, airlock and docking port late this
year on a Proton rocket.

Yurchikhin and Misurkin also will retrieve several science experiments
on the outside of the Zvezda service module.

The spacewalk will be the 169th in support of space station assembly
and maintenance, the sixth for Yurchikhin and the first for Misurkin.
Yurchikhin will wear an Orlan-MK spacesuit with red stripes while
Misurkin will wear a suit with blue stripes. Both spacewalkers will
be equipped with NASA helmet cameras to provide close-up views of
their work.

This is the second of up to six Russian spacewalks planned for this
year. Two U.S. spacewalks by NASA's Chris Cassidy and Luca Parmitano
of the European Space Agency are scheduled in July.

For NASA TV streaming video, schedule and downlink information, visit:


http://www.nasa.gov/ntv

For more information about the International Space Station and its
crew, visit:


http://www.nasa.gov/station

Jacques :-)

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http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/756281main_061813_tl.pdf

Yurchikhin will use Orlan-MK suit #5, Misurkin - Orlan-MK #6.

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Fyodor Yurchikhin and Aleksandr Misurkin have continued preparations for EVA-33.
« Last Edit: 06/22/2013 06:16 am by Artyom. »

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Tasks of EVA from MCC-M website:
1. Replace a fluid flow regulator SP RRZh No. 2 on Zarya module;
2. Install clamps for USOS-MLM cables on Zarya module;
3. Install Indikator-MKS equipment on Poisk module;
4. Remove Vynoslivost' second panel from Poisk module;
5. Install five soft handrails on Zvezda module;
6. Remove Foton-Gamma equipment from Zvezda module;
7. Kurs system's test.

Can you give me the link to the website?

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Article - that will be updated during the EVA:
http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2013/06/rs-33-russian-duo-iss-spacewalk/

Will need people to help with coverage of this, taking turns....maybe one hour on and one hour off each? But I'd rather have overlaps than nothing. I'll do what I can, but I'm in and out and have the Soyuz launch to write up and cover too.
« Last Edit: 06/24/2013 10:58 am by Chris Bergin »
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Will need people to help with coverage of this
...

I'll be on for the whole EVA.

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...
Will need people to help with coverage of this
...

I'll be on for the whole EVA.

Super! Thanks very much! :)
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Here we go folks.
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Interesting start to the EVA with all the hardware.
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Flow Control Valve (remember those from Shuttle. Not the same deal on the ISS however).
http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/tag/fcv/
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Up to MRM-2
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Deploy.
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