Lost ISS tool bag, astronaut photograph

Lost ISS tool bag, astronaut photograph

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Credit: NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Lost ISS tool bag. Astronaut photograph of an extravehicular activity (EVA, spacewalk) tool bag drifting away from the International Space Station (ISS), during the STS-126 mission's first spacewalk. This tool bag drifted away from US astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper as she was cleaning it after some grease escaped from a grease gun. Inside the bag were two grease guns, a scraper, a scraper debris container, several wipes in a caddy and tethers. Photographed from the ISS on 18th November 2008.

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