Spacewalk during shuttle mission STS-69

Spacewalk during shuttle mission STS-69

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Credit: NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Spacewalk. Against the blackness of Space, astronaut James S. Voss, payload commander, stands on a mobile foot restraint attached to Space Shuttle Endeavour by a remote manipulator arm. For extra safety he is tied to the arm by a thin white cable. Note the reflection of the shuttle nose in his visor. This photograph was taken during mission STS-69 (7-18 September 1995) while Voss tested new tools and spacesuit accessories designed for use on board space stations.

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Keywords: eva, extravehicular activity, in flight, james s., manned spaceflight, mission sts-69, remote manipulator system, rms, shuttle sts-69, space shuttle, space walk, spacewalk, sts-69, sts69, voss

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