Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko and Nikolai Chub, who are on duty at the International Space Station, made a spacewalk of about 8 hours to install hardware in the module. Oleg Kononenko and Nikolai Chub spacewalked from the Poisk Mini Research Module on the International Space Station.
Russian cosmonauts, who switched to the Nauka module, installed nano-satellite and communication equipment systems in the module. The spacewalk of the Russian cosmonauts, which was planned for 6 hours 52 minutes, was completed in 7 hours 41 minutes due to the inability to fully install the satellite system.
While the placement of communication equipment in the module was completed, it was stated that the nano-satellite system installation would be carried out in the next spacewalk.
Russian cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko and Nikolai Chub performed the spacewalk mission for the sixth and first time, respectively.
NASA astronauts Loral O'Hara and Jasmin Moghbeli will also perform a spacewalk on October 30. The spacewalk is scheduled to start at 08.05 p.m. and last approximately 6 and a half hours.
Source: Ihlas News Agency