Astronauts spacewalk on ISS

Astronauts spacewalk on ISS

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Caption: View of mission specialists James H. Newman and Jerry L. Ross (left) during a spacewalk or extravehicular activity (EVA) on the International Space Station (ISS). This was during the Endeavour Space Shuttle mission STS-088 (4-15 December 1998). They are working on the recently joined Zarya and Unity modules. These modules are the first two components of the ISS. During the mission Zarya, which was launched in November 1998, was captured by Endeavour's Remote Manipulator System (RMS). Unity was then attached to Zarya. The ISS will be used to study the effect of weightlessness on materials and living tissues.

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Keywords: construction, eva, extravehicular activity, international space station, iss, james h., jerry l., manned spaceflight, newman, over earth, ross, space exploration, spacewalk, sts-88, unity, zarya

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