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USA
Bruce McCandless Kathy Sullivan
STS-31
04/24/1990
0:00
In suits in airlock at 5psi awaiting GO to manually deploy stuck solar array. Waived off when auto sys worked
USA
Paul Weitz Joe Kerwin Pete Conrad
Skylab 2
05/25/1973
After normal docking failed, all donned suits, depressurized spacecraft, opened forward tunnel hatch and removed the docking probe's back plate to bypass some electrical connections
USA
Tom Jones Tammy Jernigan
STS-80
0:00
Loose screw jammed in hatch latch actuator prevented airlock egress
6
USA
Richard Gordon
Gemini XI
09/13/1966
0:44
Attached tether between Agena and Gemini. EVA ended early due to fatigue, overheating & eye sweat
8
USA
Buzz Aldrin
Gemini XII
11/12/1966
2:29
Standup EVA. Science tasks. Took star photos
12
USA
Russ Schweickart
Apollo 9
03/06/1969
0:51
Lunar module based. Took photos. Evaluated foot restraint and handrails. Retrieved thermal experiment samples. First use of PLSS followed by recharge demo after EVA
20
USA
Ed Mitchell Alan Shepard
Apollo 14
02/06/1971
0:05
Jettison suit backpacks and equip to lighten ascent
22
USA
David Scott James Irwin
Apollo 15
07/31/1971
6:34
Collected 169 lb of geologic material. ALSEP exp deployed. First use of the lunar rover. Covered 6.2 mile (10.3 km) circuit
29
USA
John Young Charles Duke
Apollo 16
04/23/1972
5:40
Collected 90 lb of rock/dust. Drove rover 27.1 km
31
USA
Tom Mattingly
Apollo 16
04/25/1972
1:23
Transearth EVA to retrieve camera film and expose microbial response experiment
35
USA
Harrison Schmidt Eugene Cernan
Apollo 17
12/13/1972
0:08
Jettison suit backpacks and equip to lighten ascent
37
USA
Paul Weitz Joe Kerwin
Skylab 2
05/25/1973
0:40
Standup EVA. While based in hatch of just arrived hovering spacecraft, failed to pull/pry free solar panel held by cm wide scrap of MMOD shield
41
USA
Owen Garriott Jack Lousma
Skylab 3
08/24/1973
4:31
Installed cable for backup gyro package. Exchanged telescope camera film. Deployed parasol samples
49
USA
Bob Stewart Bruce McCandless
STS-41B
02/09/1984
6:09
Practiced MMU docking with fixed target. Simple satellite refueling demo (freon). Foot restraint lost overboard and recovered.
50
USA
James Van Hoften George Nelson
STS-41C
04/08/1984
2:53
Failed to dock MMU to Solar Max satellite due to thermal grommet interference. Manual grasp of solar array increased satellite instability
52
USA
Dave Leestma Kathy Sullivan
STS-41G
10/11/1984
3:29
First U.S. female EVA. Demonstrated hydrazine refueling. Aligned gimbals of Ku antenna for IV commanded locking. SIRB latching assisted. Recovered lost airlock valve cap.
55
USA
Dave Griggs Jeff Hoffman
STS-51D
04/16/1985
3:10
"Flyswatter" attached to end of RMS to attempt to activate LEASAT/SYNCOM IV sequence start lever. Lever tripped but satellite was actually failed elsewhere. Griggs inadvertently went out over wing
56
USA
James Van Hoften Bill Fisher
STS-51I
08/31/1985
7:09
LEASAT/SYNCOM IV repairs started. RMS failure to single joint mode forced second EVA. Lost power tool overboard.
61
USA
Jerry Ross Jay Apt
STS-37
04/08/1991
6:00
More Space Station demos (evals of 3 different carts and a tether shuttle, RMS translation rates and loads). Time short for all RMS/EVA tests
62
USA
Pierre Thuot Rick Hieb
STS-49
05/10/1992
3:43
Capture bar/grapple fixture attach failed 3 times
65
USA
Tom Akers Kathy Thornton
STS-49
05/14/1992
7:44
ASEM Space Station assembly demos (module to truss mating, updated HHMU self rescue device). Aligned gimbals of Ku antenna for IV commanded locking
66
USA
Greg Harbaugh Mario Runco
STS-54
01/17/1993
4:28
Evaluate training vs. flight differences (DTO 1210). Encumbered translations. Foot restraint ingress. Inspected/avoided misfired IUS tilt table superzip. Almost lost untethered IUS tilt table equipment.
67
USA
David Low Jeff Wisoff
STS-57
06/25/1993
5:50
First egress/ingress involving tunnel adapter. Pushed on 2 EURECA antennas to aid stowage. Evaluated training vs. flight differences (DTO 1210, large mass handling from RMS, high torque bolts, ORU fine align from RMS with active orbiter jets)
69
USA
Story Musgrave Jeff Hoffman
STS-61 / HST-1
12/04/1993
7:54
HST servicing (RSU, ECU, solar array prep). RSU bay doors difficult to close.
78
USA
Leroy Chiao Winston Scott
6:53
ISS thermal comfort test, cable tray test, APFR load test. Thermal cube experiment
79
USA
Linda Godwin Rich Clifford
STS-76
6:03
Deploy 4 MEEP materials experiments on Mir docking module. Test US/Russian tether and PFR. Retrieve camera from docking module exterior
80
USA
Mark Lee Steve Smith
STS-82 / HST-2
6:42
HST servicing (first STS external airlock sortie, depress gas flow disturbed HST solar arrays, remove/install GHRS/STIS, FOS/NICMOS )
82
USA
Mark Lee Steve Smith
STS-82 / HST-2
7:11
HST servicing (remove/install DUI-2/DIU-2R, ESTR-1/SSR, replace RWA)
84
USA
Mark Lee Steve Smith
STS-82 / HST-2
5:17
HST servicing (unscheduled EVA to add protective covers over degrading aluminized insulation)
85
USA
Scott Parazynski Vladimir Titov
STS-86
5:01
Retrieve 4 MEEP materials experiments on Mir docking module. Test US/Russian tethers and PFR. US safety tether would not retract. Deploy Spektr solar array base sealing cap on docking module.
86
USA
Winston Scott Takao Doi
STS-87
11/24/1997
7:43
Manual capture and berthing (with RMS aid) of Spartan. Test of ISS crane with large battery/carrier. Test of ISS power tool and torque multiplier
89
USA
Jerry Ross Jim Newman
STS-88/2A
12/09/1998
7:02
Install 2 early comm antennas and cables
99
USA
Leroy Chiao Bill McArthur
STS-92/3A
10/17/2000
6:48
Z1 DDCU-HP (2) transferred from PLB to Z1. Z1 keel relocated. Z1-P6 launch locks released. PMA2-Z1 cables reconfigured. 2nd tool box relocated from PLB to Z1. Airlock depress valve cover lost
104
USA
Tom Jones Bob Curbeam
STS-98/5A
02/10/2001
7:34
Disconnect lab-Shuttle LTA heater cable. Remove and stow lab module CBM cover. Connect 4 ammonia lines and elec cables btw lab and Z1. M3 QD leaked NH3 on crew to force bakeout cleanup
106
USA
Tom Jones Bob Curbeam
STS-98/5A
02/14/2001
5:25
Spare SASA antenna installed on Z1. Demo of incapacitated crew rescue.
110
USA
Scott Parazynski Chris Hadfield
STS-100/6A
04/24/2001
7:40
Connected 8 cables for lab based SSRMS ops. Demated cables btw lab and SSRMS pallet. Removed and stowed stbd early comm antenna. 1.5 hours spent in fruitless search for early comm conn parts under CBM cover. Transfered spare DCSU to lab stowage pallet
111
USA
Mike Gernhardt Jim Reilly
STS-104/7A
07/14/2001
5:59
Shuttle based EVA. Airlock-Node1 CBM cover removed. LTA heater cable demated. Waited on umbilicals for airlock transfer and install by SSRMS. Connected airlock heater cable.
114
USA
Dan Barry Patrick Forrester
STS-105/7A.1
08/16/2001
6:16
Shuttle based EVA. Installed early ammonia servicer on P6 truss and mated its cables. Attached 2 MISSE materials experiments to airlock exterior.
117
USA
Carl Walz Dan Bursch
Incr-4
02/20/2002
5:49
First use of the Quest airlock without Shuttle docked. 8A preps included tool retrieval/relocation, DDCU checkout, Z1 Shroud removal, Grapple Fixture Adapter removal, securing HPGT latches, photos of MISSE & MMOD hits.
118
USA
John Grunsfeld Rick Linnehan
STS-109/ HST-3B
03/04/2002
7:01
HST servicing. Replaced 1 of 2 solar arrays and its diode box.
119
USA
Jim Newman Mike Massimino
STS-109/ HST-3B
03/05/2002
7:16
HST servicing. Replaced 2nd solar array and its diode box. Replaced gyro reaction wheel assy #1.
122
USA
John Grunsfeld Rick Linnehan
STS-109/ HST-3B
03/08/2002
7:20
HST servicing. Installed NICMOS cryo cooler and radiator. Installed new outer thermal blankets.
125
USA
Steve Smith Rex Walheim
STS-110/8A
04/14/2002
6:27
ISS based EVA. Released Lab-S0 adapter latch. Connected MT cables. Released MT launch restraints. Removed MT radiator cover. TUS 2 safing bolt problem.
127
USA
F. Chang-Diaz Philippe Perrin
STS-111/UF2
06/09/2002
7:14
ISS based EVA. PDGF installed on P6. SM MMOD panels stowed on PMA1. MBS blankets removed as prep for MBS install onto MT.
132
USA
Dave Wolf Piers Sellers
STS-112/9A
10/14/2002
6:36
ISS based EVA. MT IUA replaced. S0-S1 NH3 jumpers connected. S1-S0 cables and fluid lines connected. S1 drag link stowed. SPD's installed on NH3 lines.
137
USA
Ken Bowersox Don Pettit
Incr-6
04/08/2003
6:26
ISS based EVA. Reconfigured SO, S1 and P1 cables for future trusses. Inspected P1 NTA. Released S1 CETA light stanchion w/Russian hammer and installed one light. Installed Lab HX spool positioning devices (SPDÂs). Rerouted cables for redundant power to CMG #2. Reinstalled S1 radiator beam valve module (RBVM) thermal cover. Replaced MT RPCM 3A. Retrieved NH3 tank cap. Removed tools from Node bag. Stowed APFR ingress aid on CETA 2 WIF 4.
138
USA
Soichi Noguchi Steve Robinson
STS-114/LF1
07/30/2005
6:50
Shuttle based EVA. Demonstrated repairs of Shuttle thermal protection (tile emittance wash and NOAX on RCC cracks). Installed External Stowage Platform Attachment Device (ESPAD) outside ISS airlock. Replaced GPS antenna and retrieved 2 MISSE experiments. Photographed damaged thermal blanket under Orbiter window
139
USA
Soichi Noguchi Steve Robinson
STS-114/LF1
08/01/2005
7:14
Shuttle based EVA. Replaced ISS CMG#1. Stowed old CMG in PLB . Retrieved/relocated tools for next EVA (handle for ISS thermal radiator rotary joint motor controller, forceps for tile gap filler removal, a foot restraint from ISS robotic arm)
148
USA
Joe Tanner Heide Stefanyshyn-Piper
STS-115/12A
09/15/2006
6:42
ISS based EVA. Retrieved MISSE-5 experiment. Installed bolt retainers on the P6 beta gimbal struts. Unable to engage hinge lock on P6 beta gimbal strut. Freed snagged tether from mobile transporter. Release P4 radiator launch restraints. Set up two foot restraints for 12A.1. Released bolt torques of P4 MMOD cover. Replaced S-band antenna and upgraded electronics. Installed thermal shield on Ku-band antenna electronics. IR camera imagery of Shuttle wing leading edge. Due to time on Sband antenna, ran out of time for lab wireless antenna and and ISS radiator IR imagery
150
USA
Robert Curbeam Christer Fuglesang
STS-116/12A.1
12/14/2006
5:00
ISS based EVA. Reconfigured electrical cables of power channels 2 and 3 and Z1 patch panel. Relocated both CETA carts (13A prep). Installed insulation on the force moment sensors of ISS robotic arm. Installed 4 bags containing fluid line and pump module servicing equipment.

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