STS-134 Flight Day 5 Gallery

  • STS-134 Mission Specialists Andrew Feustel and Greg Chamitoff› View High-res
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    S134-E-009265 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronauts Andrew Feustel (right) and Greg Chamitoff, both STS-134 mission specialists, participate in the mission's first session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 19-minute spacewalk, Feustel and Chamitoff retrieved long-duration materials exposure experiments and installed another, installed a light on one of the station's rail line handcarts, made preparations for adding ammonia to a cooling loop and installed an antenna for the External Wireless Communication system. The newly-installed Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer-2 (AMS) is at center frame. Photo credit: NASA

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    S134-E-009267 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronauts Andrew Feustel (right) and Greg Chamitoff, both STS-134 mission specialists, participate in the mission's first session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 19-minute spacewalk, Feustel and Chamitoff retrieved long-duration materials exposure experiments and installed another, installed a light on one of the station's rail line handcarts, made preparations for adding ammonia to a cooling loop and installed an antenna for the External Wireless Communication system. The newly-installed Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer-2 (AMS) is at lower center frame. Photo credit: NASA

  • STS-134 Mission Specialist Greg Chamitoff› View High-res
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    S134-E-009307 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff, STS-134 mission specialist, prepares to enter the Quest airlock of the International Space Station as the mission's first session of extravehicular activity (EVA) draws to a close. During the six-hour, 19-minute spacewalk, Chamitoff and astronaut Andrew Feustel (out of frame) retrieved long-duration materials exposure experiments and installed another, installed a light on one of the station's rail line handcarts, made preparations for adding ammonia to a cooling loop and installed an antenna for the External Wireless Communication system. Photo credit: NASA

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    S134-E-009309 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff, STS-134 mission specialist, enters the Quest airlock of the International Space Station as the mission's first session of extravehicular activity (EVA) draws to a close. During the six-hour, 19-minute spacewalk, Chamitoff and astronaut Andrew Feustel (out of frame) retrieved long-duration materials exposure experiments and installed another, installed a light on one of the station's rail line handcarts, made preparations for adding ammonia to a cooling loop and installed an antenna for the External Wireless Communication system. Photo credit: NASA

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    S134-E-009310 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff, STS-134 mission specialist, enters the Quest airlock of the International Space Station as the mission's first session of extravehicular activity (EVA) draws to a close. During the six-hour, 19-minute spacewalk, Chamitoff and astronaut Andrew Feustel (out of frame) retrieved long-duration materials exposure experiments and installed another, installed a light on one of the station's rail line handcarts, made preparations for adding ammonia to a cooling loop and installed an antenna for the External Wireless Communication system. Photo credit: NASA

  • STS-134 Pilot Greg H. Johnson› View High-res
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    S134-E-009323 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronaut Greg H. Johnson, STS-134 pilot, floats through a hatch on the International Space Station while space shuttle Endeavour remains docked with the station. Photo credit: NASA

  • Greg Chamitoff› View High-res
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    ISS027-E-035206 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff, STS-134 mission specialist, nears the completion of his role in the mission's first session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 19-minute spacewalk, Chamitoff and NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel (out of fame) retrieved long-duration materials exposure experiments and installed another, installed a light on one of the station's rail line handcarts, made preparations for adding ammonia to a cooling loop and installed an antenna for the External Wireless Communication system.

  • Andrew Feustel ingresses the airlock hatch› View High-res
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    ISS027-E-035296(20 May 2011) --- NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel, mission specialist, ingresses the airlock hatch on the International Space Station (ISS) at the completion of the STS-134 mission's first of four space walks. Astronauts Feustel and Greg Chamitoff (out of frame), fellow mission specialist, accomplished several tasks on the ISS.

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    ISS027-E-035219 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronaut Greg Chamitoff, STS-134 mission specialist, participates in the mission's first session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 19-minute spacewalk, Chamitoff and NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel (out of fame) retrieved long-duration materials exposure experiments and installed another, installed a light on one of the station's rail line handcarts, made preparations for adding ammonia to a cooling loop and installed an antenna for the External Wireless Communication system.

  • NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel› View High-res
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    ISS027-E-035287 (20 May 2011) --- NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel, STS-134 mission specialist, is pictured during the mission's first session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 19-minute spacewalk, Feustel and astronaut Greg Chamitoff (out of fame) retrieved long-duration materials exposure experiments and installed another, installed a light on one of the station's rail line handcarts, made preparations for adding ammonia to a cooling loop and installed an antenna for the External Wireless Communication system.