Cronology of Extravehicular Activity

Space Flight Members Started and Ended (UTC) Duration, Criterion The EVA tasks and features
214 ISS
Expedition ISS-59
EVA-1
(from the Quest module)
Nick Hague
Ann McClain
11 h 58 min

18 h 36 min
March 22, 2019
6 h 38 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Installing on the starboard end surface of S0 truss and taking pictures of a bag with V-shaped guides (used for dismantling/installing heat rejection subsystem (HRS) radiators by SSRMS).
Installing three mounting panels A,B,C on the IEA external equipment assembly of channel 4A.
Moving two NiH2 batteries from mounting faces to mounting panels A and B.
Additionally performed were:
- cleaning of the docking mechanism on the nadir port of NODE1;
- taking pictures of the S0 patch cable to look for ungrounded connectors;
- taking pictures of the airlock thermal protection.
215 ISS
Expedition ISS-59
EVA-2
(from the Quest module)
Nick Hague
Christina Koch
11 h 40  min

18 h 22 min
March 29, 2019
6 h 42 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Installing adjustable grapple bar AGB-L with a lock on the external platform ESP-2 for equipment storage. Removing three mounting panels E, F, D from panel (external stowage platform delivered on the HTV-7 spacecraft) and installing them on the external equipment assembly IEA of the power supply channel 2A of the P4 truss.
Transfer of one NiH2 battery on the IEA assembly from mounting surface 2 to mounting panel E.
Preparing IEA assembly on truss 6 for replacement of obsolete NiH2 batteries with new Li-Ion batteries after their delivery onboard the ISS installation of a flexible handrail to support crew translation, inspection of interface units with WIF worksite (to restrain equipment and tools).
Preparing charge/discharge unit BDCU and Li-Ion battery 43 for operations with SPDM (in order to troubleshoot the battery 4A3 installed on 22.03.2019).
216 ISS
Expedition ISS-59
EVA-3
(from the Quest module)
Ann McClain
David Saint-Jacques
11 h 30 min

17 h 56  min
April 8, 2019
6 h 26 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Moving the mounting panel on the external equipment assembly IEA of the power channel 4A truss P4 from mounting surface 6 to mounting surface 2 in order to provide the ability to replace the faulty Li-ion battery 43 (installed on 22.03.2019) with two NiH2 batteries using a robotic arm.
Hooking up Ethernet cable spider (W4300) to the Lab module forward section under protective screen C2-01 (within the framework of upgrading the external wireless communications system EWC and providing additional adapters for wireless communication).
Installing backup jumper cables and routing them from zenith of module Node1 to the aft part of S0 truss (to provide power supply to SSRMS in case of failure of the main bus switching unit MBSU, direct current converter unit DDCU of pump module PM).
Installing anti-slip mechanisms TSOP on the trunnions of the Columbus modules in order to prevent slippage of the European payload accommodation platform Bartolomeo (after its delivery to orbit).
Note: It was planned to install on the Columbus module trunnions two anti-slip mechanisms TSOP (the main and the backup ones) during that EVA. Due to technical difficulties during installation only one additional TSOP mechanism was installed. Pictures were taken of the main TSOP mechanism and of the mounting seat for subsequent analysis of the situation.
Additionally completed tasks: laying Ethernet cable spider (W4300) on the Lab module (within the framework of upgrading the EWC system).
217 ISS
Expedition ISS-59
EVA-4
(from the Pirs module)
O. Kononenko
A. Ovchinin
15 h 43 min

21 h 43 min
May 29, 2019
6 h 1 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Greetings to A.A. Leonov on the occasion of his 85th anniversary.
Installation of the crossover handrail between MRM2 and FGB.
Dismantling an adapter with brassboard sensors TP228 from handrail 6005 of MRM2.
Dismantling exposure facilities Test #15 and #16 on MRM2.
Taking wipe samples in the vicinity of the SM valves -15, -39 within the framework of space experiment Test.
Removing panels #1 and #2 of space experiment Endurance.
Cleaning the outer surfaces of the glass panels of the VL2 egress hatch window on the MRM2 module.
Re-orienting the unit for monitoring pressure and deposition of contaminants on MRM2.
Removing a roll of cloth from handrail 2312 SM.
Disconnecting cables and dismantling measuring units PVK1 and PVK2 (plasma wave complex) from ShKD1 and ShKD2 (beam with a sensor set) of space experiment Obstanovka with subsequent disposal by the push-away method.
218 ISS
Expedition ISS-60
EVA-1
(from the Quest module)
Nick Hague
Andrew Morgan
12 h 27 min

18 h 59 min
August 21, 2019
6 h 32 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
Performing operations to connect power and data cables to the new docking module IDA-3, installed on the adapter PMA-3. The IDA-3 was installed using robotic arm Canadarm 2 controlled by astronauts from onboard the ISS several hours before the space walk.
219 ISS
Expedition ISS-61
EVA-1
(from the Quest module)
Andrew Morgan
Christina Koch
11 h 39 min

18 h 40 min
October 6, 2019
7 h 01  min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
The first of the EVAs planned for replacing the station batteries.
220 ISS
Expedition ISS-61
EVA-2
(from the Quest module)
Andrew Morgan
Christina Koch
11 h 38 min

18 h 23 min
October 11, 2019
6 h 45 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
The second of the EVAs planned for replacing the station batteries.
221 ISS
Expedition ISS-61
EVA-3
(from the Quest module)
Christina Koch
Jessica Meir
11 h 38 min

18 h 55 min
October 18, 2019
7 h 17 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
The third of the EVAs planned for replacing the station batteries.
The first women-only spacewalk in history.
222 ISS
Expedition ISS-61
EVA-4
(from the Quest module)
Andrew Morgan
Luka Parmitano
11 h 39 min

18 h 18 min
November 15, 2019
6 h 39 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
The first of the EVAs planned for repairing the system for cooling the magnetic alpha spectrometer AMS.
223 ISS
Expedition ISS-61
EVA-5
(from the Quest module)
Andrew Morgan
Luka Parmitano
12 h 02 min

18 h 35 min
November 22, 2019
6 h 33 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
The second of the EVAs planned for repairing the system for cooling the magnetic alpha spectrometer AMS.
224 ISS
Expedition ISS-61
EVA-6
(from the Quest module)
Andrew Morgan
Luka Parmitano
11 h 31 min

17 h 33 min
December 2, 2019
6 h 02 min
(from the opening to the closure of the exit hatch)
The third of the EVAs planned for repairing the system for cooling the magnetic alpha spectrometer AMS.

ISS Crew


PARMITANO Luka PARMITANO
Luka



KOCH Christina  KOCH
Christina



SKVORTSOV Alexandr SKVORTSOV
Alexandr



MORGAN   Andrew MORGAN
Andrew



  SKRIPOCHKA
Oleg



   MEIR
Jessica