Watch NASA TV for Monday Morning Spacewalk

NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover will conduct their second spacewalk together Monday about 7 a.m. EST. NASA TV begins its live coverage at 5:30 a.m.
NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins and Victor Glover will conduct their second spacewalk together Monday about 7 a.m. EST. NASA TV begins its live coverage at 5:30 a.m.

NASA astronauts Mike Hopkins and Victor Glover are scheduled to depart the International Space Station’s Quest airlock Monday for a spacewalk to install a final lithium-ion battery adapter plate on the port 4 (P4) truss that will wrap up battery replacement work begun in January 2017.

The duo will set their spacesuits to battery power about 7 a.m. EST tomorrow, signifying the start of their spacewalk, which is expected to last about six and a half hours. NASA will begin its live coverage on NASA Television and the agency’s website at 5:30 a.m.

Hopkins and Glover plan also to replace an external camera on the starboard truss, install a new high-definition camera on the Destiny laboratory, and replace components for the Japanese robotic arm’s camera system outside the Kibo module.

This will be the 14th spacewalk since the power upgrade spacewalks began to change out batteries for eight power channels used to route electricity on the station.

This will be the 234th spacewalk in support of space station assembly. Hopkins will be designated extravehicular crew member 1 and wear a spacesuit bearing red stripes. Glover will be extravehicular crew member 2, wearing a suit with no stripes.

Hopkins and Glover arrived at the space station in November as part of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission. This will be the fourth spacewalk in Hopkins’ career, and the second for Glover.

Watch a video providing an overview of the spacewalk and learn more about station activities by following @space_station and @ISS_Research on Twitter as well as the ISS Facebook and ISS Instagram accounts.

2 thoughts on “Watch NASA TV for Monday Morning Spacewalk”

  1. Hi, I used to be on a email list that would tell me when and where to look for a ISS transit over my location but I stopped getting them. Is there some way to get these alerts again? Thanks

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