Walk in space from the first person

For astronauts on the ISS in such a walk there is nothing unusual, but for us, on Earth, this is an absolutely incredible sight, dangerous and simultaneously exciting.

On March 24, CEN astronaut Tom Peske, along with NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrow, took to the open space for routine equipment testing. Everything went according to plan, but Peske in the process photographed this amazing material, enabling us, on Earth, to see what the Earth looks like in the astronaut’s eyes.

The astronauts carried out various repairs, replaced the grease in the Canadarm2 robotic manipulator, checked the radiator valve, from which ammonia seemed to come out, and also replaced several cameras in the Japanese module of the station. Nothing out of the ordinary, except for the chic and completely unique species.

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