ISS Columbus module installation, 2008

ISS Columbus module installation, 2008

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Caption: ISS Columbus module installation. NASA Astronaut Rex Walheim (born 1962, STS-122 mission specialist) performing a space walk (EVA, extravehicular activity) on the outside of the Columbus module of the International Space Station (ISS). This science laboratory was installed on the ISS during this mission (7-20 February 2008). The spacesuit boots are on the wrong feet with the toes pointing outwards (compare with S540/0661). Photographed on 15 February 2008.

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