During the planned six-and-a-half hour spacewalk, Kimbrough and Pesquet will work on the far end of the left (port) side of the station’s backbone truss structure (P6) to deploy, or unroll, the first of two ISS Roll Out Solar Arrays (iROSAs) that will augment power capability for the port 6 truss’ 2B power channel.
Before the new array can be deployed and begin providing power to the orbiting laboratory, the two will need to install the electrical cables and drive the final two bolts to enable the solar array to unroll it into its fully laid-out position. If deployment is completed Sunday, the pair may be scheduled for a third spacewalk to begin work to prepare the second new solar array – this one on P6 truss’ 4B power channel – for installation and deployment.
TDLR: Shane's display / sublimator issues + IROSA / mod kit fitment issues consumed a lot of time during EVA-74. The spacewalkers did not swing open and release / unfurl IROSA as planned. EVA-75 looks like it will focus only on the uncompleted tasks (previously the astronauts were planning to move on with the 2nd array during EVA-75). EVA-76 will likely be the new spacewalk dedicated to the 2nd IROSA array.Shane will likely make it into the top 10 for cumulative spacewalking time.
I've seen several photos with Shane and Aki together in the NBL pool.I would bet that the 2 EVA's in July were done by Shane and Aki (or maybe Mark and Aki).