Watch the NASA Spacewalk, Live Right Here.


Today, NASA and astronauts, Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold will spend more than six hours outside of the international space station to make a few repairs.

Just over a month ago the pair also completed a six-hour walk to install wireless communication antennas and repair a buggy cooling system. Feustel and Arnold are back in outer space today fixing a failed cooling component and to install a camera system and communications receiver on the outside of the craft.

This marks the 210th spacewalk at the ISS since 1998, and the fourth so far this calendar year. Watch the entire walk, live from outer space on The International Space Station’s Facebook page and below.

Two Astronauts Venture Outside the Space Station for a Spacewalk

LIVE Spacewalk: NASA Astronauts Ricky Arnold and Drew Feustel will venture into the vacuum of space for the 210th spacewalk at the space station. The veteran spacewalkers will work for about 6.5 hours swapping thermal control gear that controls the circulation of ammonia to keep external station systems cool. Watch live starting at 6:30 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, May 16:

Posted by International Space Station on Wednesday, 16 May 2018

 


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  1. hello there – great video again, thanks. is there a brief simple answer to this -how come the astronauts just float and do not get blasted off into space, this station s moving so fast!

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