NASA Astronauts Spacewalk Outside the International Space Station on Oct. 6, 2019


On Sunday, Oct. 6, NASA astronauts Andrew Morgan and Christina Koch ventured outside the International Space Station for a 7 hour, 1 minute-long spacewalk. The duo exited the station’s Quest airlock in their U.S. spacesuits and began installation of new lithium-ion batteries on the Port-6 truss structure. This was the first in a series of five planned spacewalks to complete the battery installation.

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  1. 54 million dollars a day is a lot of money for this low Rez video. Why don’t you solve world hunger with that, first. This whole space station nonsense is doing nothing for the world.

  2. I bet they won't do a 360 with the camera y'all ever notice they never turn the camera around for us to see other planets and stars on spacewalks I got a quiz for everybody find me a spacewalk from beginning to the end that's what 50 years of spacewalks and find a camera where they did a 360 so we can see something else

  3. Why can't we see the actual exterior air lock open? How hard would it be to show us the airlock like all the movies do? Don't you think the most critical parts of the EVA are opening and closing the physical airlocks? Yet we never seem to see this happen. hmmmm.. hmmmmmmmmm. Oh, and why did the mission controller "forget" the thermal cover was already open? How did they open the thermal cover with the air lock closed? And why the terrible lighting? And most importantly, why no stars if they are working in the dark?

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