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 Oct. 14, 2002 --- During Flight Day 8 of STS-112, ground controllers successfully commanded the extension of a radiator assembly on the International Space Station's newly installed S1 (S-One) Truss. The radiator extended to 23 meters (75 feet) over a period of about 8 minutes.
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 Oct. 14, 2002 --- Prior to the beginning of the third STS-112 spacewalk, the International Space Station's robotic arm, Canadarm2, is moved to a location near the Quest Airlock. Mission Specialist Piers Sellers would spend most of his time during that spacewalk in a foot restraint on the arm's end effector. Visible behind the arm is the front end of Space Shuttle Atlantis.
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 Oct. 14, 2002 --- A view from Mission Specialist Dave Wolf's helmet camera shows his point of view as he moves around the work area during the third STS-112 spacewalk. During the spacewalk, which lasted 6 hours and 36 minutes, Wolf and his fellow spacewalker, Piers Sellers, performed assembly and maintenance tasks on the exterior of the International Space Station.
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 Oct. 14, 2002 --- A view from Mission Specialist Dave Wolf's helmet camera shows a spacewalker's view of Space Shuttle Atlantis. During the spacewalk, which lasted 6 hours and 36 minutes, Wolf and his fellow spacewalker, Piers Sellers, performed assembly and maintenance tasks on the exterior of the International Space Station.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 10/18/2002
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