STS-127 Flight Day 6 Gallery

  • Endeavour and Kibo› View High-res
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    ISS020-E-022626 (20 July 2009) --- The top exterior of Space Shuttle Endeavour's crew cabin, along with the International Space Station's Kibo laboratory and Harmony node are featured in this image photographed by a STS-127 crew member during the mission's second session of extravehicular activity (EVA).

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    S127-E-007239 (20 July 2009) --- During the second STS-127 spacewalk, astronauts Dave Wolf and Tom Marshburn (out of frame), with help from their crewmates inside the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle Endeavour, transported the Linear Drive Unit (LDU) and two other parts to the station's External Stowage Platform 3 for long-term storage.

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    S127-E-007240 (20 July 2009) --- During the second STS-127 spacewalk, astronauts Dave Wolf and Tom Marshburn (out of frame), with help from their crewmates inside the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle Endeavour, transported the Linear Drive Unit (LDU) and two other parts to the station's External Stowage Platform 3 for long-term storage. Wolf is standing on the end of Canadarm2, which is anchored on the orbital outpost.

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    S127-E-007251 (20 July 2009) --- Astronaut Christopher Cassidy, STS-127 mission specialist, watches a checklist for extravehicular activity float in front of him on Endeavour's flight deck. Cassidy was inside the cabin supporting the spacewalk of two crewmates on July 20, but he just may have been anticipating his own first spacewalk in two days.

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    S127-E-007252 (20 July 2009) --- Astronaut Christopher Cassidy, STS-127 mission specialist, watches a checklist for extravehicular activity float in front of him on Endeavour's flight deck. Cassidy was inside the cabin supporting the spacewalk of two crewmates on July 20, but he just may have been anticipating his own first spacewalk in two days.

  • Tom Marshburn participates in his first spacewalk› View High-res
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    S127-E-007295 (20 July 2009) --- Astronaut Tom Marshburn, STS-127 mission specialist, participates in his first spacewalk and the second overall for the crewmembers of the Space Shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station. Astronauts Marshburn and Dave Wolf manually moved some hardware around and performed other chores on the spacewalk.

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    S127-E-007358 (20 July 2009) --- During the second STS-127 spacewalk, astronaut Doug Hurley, Endeavour's pilot, provides support for his crewmates inside the International Space Station's U.S. lab (Destiny). Hurley was joined in the lab by Canadian Space Agency astronaut Julie Payette (out of frame).

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    S127-E-007360 (20 July 2009) --- During the second STS-127 spacewalk, Canadian Space Agency astronaut Julie Payette, mission specialist, provides support for her crewmates inside the International Space Station's U.S. lab (Destiny). Payette was joined in the lab by astronaut Doug Hurley, STS-127 pilot (almost totally out of view in this frame).

  • Astronauts don spacesuits› View High-res
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    S127-E-007335 (20 July 2009) --- Two members of the flight day six spacewalk crew--the second one of five scheduled for the joint aggregation of shuttle and space station crewmembers--go through the final touches on the donning of their spacesuits prior to egressing the joint airlock of the orbital outpost. Suited astronauts Dave Wolf (left) and Tom Marshburn (right)are assisted by astronauts Mike Barratt (center frame), Expedition 20 flight engineer, and Christopher Cassidy (bottom), STS-127 mission specialist.

  • Astronaut Tom Marshburn› View High-res
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    S127-E-007206 (20 July 2009) --- This is one of a series of digital still images showing astronaut Tom Marshburn performing his first spacewalk and the Endeavour crew's second of the scheduled five overall in a little more than a week to continue work on the International Space Station. Astronauts Marshburn and Dave Wolf (out of frame), both mission specialists, successfully transferred a spare KU-band antenna to long-term storage on the space station, along with a backup coolant system pump module and a spare drive motor for the station's robot arm transporter. Installation of a television camera on the Japanese Exposed Facility experiment platform was deferred to a later spacewalk.