Last Spacewalk Today

The new Japanese Experiment Module - Exposed Facility as it looks from inside Kibo.  Photo credit:  NASA

The new Japanese Experiment Module - Exposed Facility as it looks from inside Kibo. Photo credit: NASA

The fifth & final spacewalk for the crew of the Endeavour started this morning outside the International Space Station.  Astronauts Christopher Cassidy and Thomas Marshburn did a number of jobs while outside the ISS and the spacewalk lasted for approximately four hours.   Tomorrow, Endeavour will undock from the ISS and spend the next three days in space before landing on July 31st.

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