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    ISS020-E-021866 (18 July 2009) --- Astronauts Dave Wolf (in spacesuit with back to camera) and Tim Kopra (out of frame) are suited and just about ready to exit the International Space Station's Quest airlock to begin the first of five scheduled spacewalks over the next several days. The space walkers are assisted here by astronauts Christopher Cassidy (left), STS-127 mission specialist, and Mike Barratt, Expedition 20 flight engineer.

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    ISS020-E-021867 (18 July 2009) --- Astronaut Christopher Cassidy, STS-127 mission specialist, assists astronaut Dave Wolf (partially pictured), mission specialist, with the backpack for his extravehicular mobility unit or space suit prior to airlock egress. Astronauts Wolf and Tim Kopra later completed the first of five scheduled space walks to be spread over the next several days.

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    ISS020-E-021875 (18 July 2009) --- Astronaut Dave Wolf (back to camera) calls on a crewmember from the Space Shuttle Endeavour and another from the International Space Station's current crew to complete final touches on his space suit. Astronaut Mike Barratt, Expedition 20 flight engineer, is at frame bottom, and astronaut Christopher Cassidy, STS-127 mission specialist, is near the top. Wolf was about to participate in the first of five overall sessions of extravehicular activity scheduled over the next several days.

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    STS127-E-006826 (18 July 2009) --- Astronaut Tim Kopra, mission specialist, is pictured during the first of five planned spacewalks to be performed on the International Space Station by the STS-127 crew. Kopra, joined by astronaut Dave Wolf (out of frame) on this spacewalk, holds onto a handrail on Endeavour's port side. When the Endeavour crew returns to Earth, Kopra will stay onboard the station to serve as flight engineer for ISS expedition duty.

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    STS127-E-006846 (18 July 2009) --- Astronaut Tim Kopra, mission specialist, is pictured during the first of five planned spacewalks to be performed on the International Space Station by the STS-127 crew. Kopra, joined by astronaut Dave Wolf (out of frame) on this spacewalk, holds onto a handrail on Harmony or U.S. Node 2. When the Endeavour crew returns to Earth, Kopra will stay onboard the station to serve as flight engineer for ISS expedition duty.

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    S127-E-006881 (18 July 2009) --- Onboard Endeavour's forward flight deck, astronaut Christopher Cassidy, STS-127 mission specialist, looks over a reference manual as he plays an intravehicular support role to two space-walking astronauts (Dave Wolf and Tim Kopra), out of frame. The July 18 extravehicular activity kicks off a series of five spacewalks scheduled over the next several days.

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    STS127-E-006867 (18 July 2009) --- What almost looks like a scene at a train station or airport luggage area is actually an image of astronauts onboard the International Space Station getting ready for the first spacewalk to kick off a series of five scheduled over the next several days. And part of the "luggage" is actually two suited astronauts ---Dave Wolf (wearing red stripes on his suit) and Tim Kopra (feet and legs visible) in the Quest airlock. Partially visible at the top of the frame is astronaut Christopher Cassidy, STS-127 mission specialist, and in bottom foreground is astronaut Mike Barratt, Expedition 20 flight engineer.

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    S127-E-006871 (18 July 2009) ---Two soon-to-be space-walking astronauts--Dave Wolf and Tim Kopra--although barely visible in the International Space Station's Quest airlock in the rear of this frame, are the primary focus of the three supportive astronauts in the foreground. From the left are astronauts Christopher Cassidy, Mike Barratt and Tom Marshburn. The July 18 extravehicular activity kicks off a series of five spacewalks scheduled over the next several days.

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    S127-E-006872 (18 July 2009) --- In the International Space Station's Quest airlock, astronauts Dave Wolf (foreground) and Tim Kopra (feet and legs visible in background) are suited and ready for the first of five spacewalks scheduled during the STS-127 mission.

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    S127-E-006880 (18 July 2009) --- Astronaut Doug Hurley, STS-127 pilot, is pictured on the mid deck of the Space Shuttle Endeavour, the crew of which is in its second day of joint activities with the crewmembers onboard the International Space Station. This day is a spacewalk day, the first of five, and Hurley is assigned to intravehicular support for all five spacewalks.