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STS-105 Extravehicular Activities

The STS-105 crew conducted two space walks while at the International Space Station. Learn more about the space walks required to build the International Space Station.

EVA Astronaut and Suit ID
Dan Barry: Red stripes
Patrick Forrester: Solid white suit

Shuttle Robot Arm Operator
Scott Horowitz

Space Walk Coordinator
Rick Sturckow

Dan Barry, Patrick Forrester
Actual Time: 6 hours, 16 minutes

Actual Start Time: 8:58 a.m. CDT, Aug. 16, 2001
Actual End Time: 3:14 p.m. CDT, Aug. 16, 2001

Barry and Forrester installed an Early Ammonia Servicer, or EAS, onto the International Space Station's P6 Truss. With the assistance of the shuttle's robot arm, they attached it to the truss and then attached cables that will supply the EAS with power and data from the station. They also installed the Materials International Space Station Experiment, or MISSE, onto the Quest Airlock. MISSE is housed in two containers and will be removed during a future space walk. This was the 25th space walk devoted to space station construction.

Dan Barry, Patrick Forrester
Time: 5 hours, 29 minutes
Actual Start Time: 8:42 a.m. CDT, Aug. 18, 2001
Actual End Time: 2:11 p.m. CDT , Aug. 18, 2001

STS-105's second space walk focused on installing handrails on the Destiny Laboratory Module and installing heater cables onto the station's Destiny Laboratory. The cables may be used on shuttle mission STS-110 to power heaters on the station's S0 Truss segment. This was the 26th space walk in support of space station construction.

EVA Team
IMAGE: Mission Specialist Daniel Barry during first STS-105 space walk
Mission Specialist Daniel Barry was a space walk veteran before STS-105. During previous missions he had performed two space walks with a combined duration of more than 14 hours. For the two STS-105 excursions he was joined by space flight rookie Patrick Forrester.
Related Links
*Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE)
*Wardrobe for Space
*Preparing for the ISS
*EVA Chronology PDF (3.5M)

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