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RUSSIAN SPACEWALK AT ISS (1 of 4), Nov 17, 2022, Earth orbit, 9:20 am ET

(NASA TV begins 9:00 am ET)

NASA TV coverage of a Russian spacewalk at the International Space Station will begin at 9:00 am ET on November 17, 2022. The spacewalk will begin at 9:20 am ET and last about 7 hours.

Two cosmonauts, Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitri Petelin, will prepare a radiator on the Rassvet module for transfer to the Nauka science laboratory module. The actual transfer will take place during a subsequent spacewalk on November 25. Two more Russian spacewalks are scheduled for December 6 and 21.  Prokopyev and Petelin will do all  of them.

NASA TV will provide live coverage of all four as follows:

Thursday, Nov. 17

9 a.m. – NASA TV coverage begins for spacewalk to prepare the radiator on Rassvet for the move to Nauka.

Friday, Nov. 25

6 a.m. – NASA TV coverage begins for spacewalk to move the radiator from Rassvet to Nauka using ESA’s robotic arm, and make electrical and hydraulic connections.

Tuesday, Dec. 6

2 a.m. – NASA TV coverage begins for spacewalk to move the Rassvet airlock from Rassvet to Nauka and install it using ESA’s robotic arm.

Thursday, Dec. 21

6:30 p.m. – NASA TV coverage begins to deploy newly relocated radiator on Nauka.


Three U.S. spacewalks also are taking place on November 15 and 28 and December 1.  See our separate calendar entries for those.



November 17, 2022
9:00 am - 11:00 pm