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Yeah. The Russians sure do have a different 'style' then NASA.Haha, I was thinking the same. Especially when they are both dangling from the boom, with a serrated knife out, and cutting into the ship that they are supposed to ride back in on to retrieve an explosive bolt.
It's interesting how much had to be improvised considering that A)Hasn't been done. and B)Hasn't been rehearsed as much as the STS EVAs.
Not really. This is a non-practiced Russian EVA. NASA has alot of experience with conducting non-pre-planned EVAs, both during shuttle missions and stage EVAs.Yeah. The Russians sure do have a different 'style' then NASA.
The two on the JPM are located on the port end cap. The one in Destiny is located on the nadir side.Yes. Plenty, but most are located in the Russian segment. There's two on the JPM, one in Destiny about 6-9(unsure of the exact number) windows in Zvezda and two in Pirs.
Fuel on James Oberg's fire? (BTW, the grenade they are referring to is the pyrobolt)"Sergei, I forgot to congratulate you. Now you're a full-blown crew commander," a Russian flight controller joked in a radio call just before the spacewalk ended. "And you gear, you have a handgun, you have a grenade, next time you'll have your own test site.