Cronology of Extravehicular Activity

Space Flight Members Started and Ended (UTC) Duration, Criterion The EVA tasks and features
185 ISS
Expedition ISS-42
EVA-1
(from the Quest module)
B. Wilmore
T. Virts
12 h 44 min

19 h 17 min
February 21, 2015
6 h 33 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Routing power and data cables on pressurized mating adapter PMA2 in the nose part of the ISS USOS Node2 required to install the International Docking Assembly IDA-1 on Node 2 PMA2.
186 ISS
Expedition ISS-42
EVA-2
(from the Quest module)
B. Wilmore
T. Virts
11 h 45 min

18 h 29 min
February 25, 2015
6 h 44 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Removing the pressurized mating adapter PMA2 cover to install Docking assembly IDA 1. Completing routing of IPIM cables associated with IDA 1. Lubricating Latching End Effector (LEE A) (ball screws and grooves). Clearing CBM capture latches on the nose part of Node3 to prepare for PMM relocation. Removing NPV valve and handrail on module Node3.
187 ISS
Expedition ISS-42
EVA-3
(from the Quest module)
B. Wilmore
T. Virts
12 h 44 min

17 h 25 min
March 1, 2015
5 h 41 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Installing equipment on the ISS USOS external surface to activate the communications system for visiting vehicles: (two antennas and two reflectors on truss 3, two antennas and one reflector on truss S3). Routing antenna cables on trusses 3, S3. Returning two mates GTEC to the ISS (additionally performed).
188 ISS
Expedition ISS-44
EVA-1
(from the Pirs module)
G.I. Padalka
M.B. Kornienko
17 h 19 min

22 h 50 min
August 10, 2015
5 h 31 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Installation of soft handrails on Zvezda module, eplacement of PCE AFD WAL6 antenna (plane II, SM WC small diameter), cleaning of window #2 (plane IV, SM WC), installation of antennas PCE AFD WAL1-WAL5 protective caps, imagery of science hardware Expose-R, removal of sensor unit of experiment Obstanovka on SM and its delivery to CO1, wipe sampling t from SA-IV, radiator panel of WC small diameter, plane IV and near the drainage valves of system Vozdukh and Electron (SE Test), photography of the Electron system union, changing of orientation of pressure monitoring unit on MRM2 Poisk, imagery of external surface of the ISS RS.
189 ISS
Expedition
ISS-45
EVA-1
(from the Quest module)
S. Kelly
K. Lindgren
14 h 57 min

22 h 12 min
October 28, 2015
7 h 15 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
The main bus switching unit (MBSU) MLI on external logistics carrier ELC-2 was removed and photo survey of MBSU connectors was performed. The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer AMS-02 blanket and AMS thermal control system radiator (TTCS AMS) were installed. Latching End Effector LEE B (equalization brackets and deployment rollers were lubricated) on external stowage platform ESP-2 was lubricated not completed. The power and data system cables on PMA-3 docking adapter and in ISS USOS Node 3 nadir were routed for subsequent transfer of the International docking adapter IDA-2 fully completed.
190 ISS
Expedition ISS-45
EVA-2
(from the Quest module)
S. Kelly
K. Lindgren
14 h 21 min

22 h 04 min
November 6, 2015
7 h 43 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Photovoltaic radiator (PVR) of Photovoltaic Thermal Control System (VTCS) was re-integrated. VTCS/EETCS NH3 system of Loop 2B was refilled from tank of Truss 1 (as it was done during Flight STS-134). EAS jumpers of system (PVTCS isolation from EETCS) were reconfigured. Alpha Joint Interface Structure (AJIS) struts # 3 and #4 were re-torqued and heat protection was installed re-torque of strut #3 bolts was partially completed. The Starboard Crew and Equipment Translation Aid CETA cart was reconfigured.
191 ISS
Expedition ISS-46
EVA-1
(from the Quest module)
S. Kelly
T. Kopra
15 h 44 min

18 h 56 min
December 21, 2015
3 h 12 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
CETA cart brakes were released, the Mobile Transporter was secured at Worksite 4 (WS4); the Secondary Power Distribution Assembly (SPDA) doors were open; the International Docking Assembly Adapter IDA3 cables were routed: the Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM) Ethernet cable was routed.

ISS Crew


Hoshide  AkihikoHoshide
Akihiko



leg Novitskiy Novitskiy
leg



Petr Dubrov Dubrov
Petr



Mark Vande Hei Vande Hei
Mark



Robert Shane KIMBROUGH KIMBROUGH
Robert Shane



Megan McArthur McArthur
Megan



Thomas PESQUETPESQUET
Thomas