Two veteran Russian cosmonauts will venture outside the International Space Station (ISS) for a spacewalk on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. NASA TV's live coverage starts at 15:15 UTC (11:15 EDT); translate UTC to your time. The spacewalk itself is scheduled to start at. 15:44 UTC (11:44 am EDT) and is expected to last 6.5 hours. Look here.
Cosmonauts, expedition 59 commander Oleg Kononenko and aircraft engineer Alexey Ovchinin will retrieve science experiments, install railings on the Russian segment of the complex and perform maintenance in the circulating laboratory.
This will be the fifth spacewalk for Kononenko, which will be designated as extravehic crew member 1 (EV1), in thirteen with blue stripes, and the first for Ovchinin, who will be EV2 in the red stripe panty. Wednesday's spacewalk will be the 217th In support of the station assembly, maintenance and upgrades and the fourth outside the station in 2019.
Cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, who is seen here during a 2012 stroll with Anton Shkaplerov, is getting ready for another spacewalk offer until kl. 11:44 ET Wednesday with first-time squad Alexey Ovchinin. NASA TV starts its broadcast live at. 11:15. #AskNASA | https://t.co/ZjxuLPFfxg pic.twitter.com/Shyx1G4sfQ
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