Expedition 14 flight engineer Suni Williams uses a digital still camera to expose a photo of her helmet visor during a February 2007 spacewalk. Also visible in the reflections in the visor is a solar array wing. During the spacewalk, Williams and mission commander Michael Lopez-Alegria reconfigured the second of two cooling loops for the Destiny laboratory module, secured the aft radiator of the P6 truss after retraction and prepared the obsolete Early Ammonia Servicer for removal this summer.
During her stay aboard the space station, Williams set a new record for the longest duration spaceflight by a woman, surpassing Shannon Lucid's mark of 188 days, 4 hours set in 1996.
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