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STS-101 Extravehicular Activities

Mission Specialists James Voss and Jeffrey Williams performed a space walk during the second logistics mission to the International Space Station. On flight day 4, Voss and Williams left Space Shuttle Atlantis at 8:48 p.m. CDT Sunday, May 21. The two astronauts completed the assembly of a Russian crane, tested the integrity of a U.S. crane, replaced a faulty communications antenna, installed handrails and set up a camera cable. The space walk was completed at 3:32 a.m. CDT Monday, May 22 and lasted 6 hours and 44 minutes.

EVA Schedule
James Voss, Jeffrey Williams
Actual Duration: 6 hours, 44 minutes
Actual Start Time: 8:48 p.m. CDT, May 21, 2000
Actual Finish Time: 3:32 a.m. CDT, May 22, 2000

IMAGE: Strela Crane Final ConfigurationStrela Crane Final Configuration
MPEG Video Format (1.2 M)
IMAGE: Early Communications System Antenna ReplacementEarly Communications System Antenna Replacement
MPEG Video Format (1.4 M)
IMAGE: Handrail InstallationHandrail Installation
MPEG Video Format (2.2 M)
EVA Team Member
IMAGE: STS-101 Astronaut Jeffrey N. Williams
Jeffrey Williams is attached to the robotic arm as he installs a crane to the station.
EVA Training Videos
IMAGE:  STS-101 Astronaut James S. Voss
Astronaut James S. Voss, STS-101 mission specialist, prior to an underwater space walk rehearsal. EVA Training Videos and pre-flight images are available in the Gallery.
Related Links
*STS-101 EVA Timeline
*Wardrobe for Space
*Preparing for the International Space Station
* EVA Chronology PDF (3.5M)
*EVA Reference Data PDF (840Kb)

Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 04/07/2002
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