NASA Astronauts Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station on Oct. 11, 2019

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On Friday, Oct. 11, NASA astronauts Andrew Morgan and Christina Koch ventured outside the International Space Station for a 6 hour, 45-minute spacewalk. This was the second in a series of five planned spacewalks to complete battery installation. The duo exited the station’s Quest airlock in their U.S. spacesuits and continued installation of new lithium-ion batteries on the station’s Port-6 truss structure.

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7 Comments

  1. why is everything so fuzzy and blurry looking? our gas-stations carwash has a better camera.
    is it because it was all shot underwater and the water blurs out all details?

  2. Hello NASA, so I have a legitimate question that some other people have posed and I want an answer also. If you’re going through the trouble to stream this 8 1/2 hour video with all the resources you have at your command for video editing and streaming. And the two astronauts currently in their space suits have helmet cams as you have just stated through your presenter. Why can we not have concurrent streams from those two helmet cams showing the process from their point of view from inside the ISS, into the crew lock and then as the exterior hatch opens after depressurization directly out into The void of space there by showing the process from a pressurized life supporting environment to the vacuum of space.

    If you can point me to a video that shows this then I will be quiet and be satisfied but some people I have talked with have posited that this has never been shown by NASA or anyone and if not why not when you show so much footage outside or inside the space station. If you cannot show this transition then you need to do so to debunk criticism We’re not showing this because with all the cameras you have up there there is no reason this does not exist for the public.

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