Global area facility Commander Peggy Whitson and Flight Engineer Dan Tani finished a 7-hour, 4-minute spacewalk at 11:54 a.m. EST Saturday, continuing the outside outfitting of this Harmony node in its new place while watching U.S. laboratory Destiny.
Image at right: Whitson and Tani connect a fluid tray to your Destiny Laboratory. Credit: NASA television
The spacewalkers completed all scheduled tasks, including another consider the starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint, and did some get-ahead act as well. on Nov. 20.
After making the airlock and starting equipment and tools, Whitson removed, vented and stowed an ammonia jumper, section of a short-term cooling loop. Getting rid of it permitted connection associated with hookup for the permanent Loop B ammonia loop that is cooling a 2nd fluid tray regarding the section’s outside.