Even the NASA astronaut took part on the weekend in a spacewalk to replace old batteries over the International Space Station (ISS). Together with NASA & rsquo; ldquo & s Andrew; Drew & rdquo; Morgan, the astronauts ventured into the vacuum of distance Sunday, October 6. On Monday, Mrs Koch shared a stunning portrait from the spacewalk.

The film indicates the astronaut completely spacesuit gear attached to the ISS.

NASA information: Christina Koch replacing batteries over the International Space Station (ISS) (Image: NASA/CHRISTINA KOCH/ANDREW MORGAN)

“A joy and privilege dealing together with @AstroDrewMorgan out, @astro_luca because the cause of lawsuits and air lock, @Astro_Jessical as autonomous arm operator, and also the incredible clubs in Houston. 3 bolts complete, 9 to go! ”

You can also find a reflection of Mr Morgan in Mrs Koch’therefore helmet, since he could be currently shooting the photo.

The spacewalk was aided by ISS Commander Luca Parmitano of this European Space Agency (ESA) and also Jessica Meir from NASA.

Even the NASA astronaut took part on the weekend in a spacewalk to replace old batteries over the International Space Station (ISS). Together with NASA & rsquo; ldquo & s Andrew; Drew & rdquo; Morgan, the astronauts ventured into the vacuum of distance Sunday, October 6. On Monday, Mrs Koch shared a stunning portrait from the spacewalk.

The film indicates the astronaut completely spacesuit gear attached to the ISS.

NASA information: Christina Koch replacing batteries over the International Space Station (ISS) (Image: NASA/CHRISTINA KOCH/ANDREW MORGAN)

“A joy and privilege dealing together with @AstroDrewMorgan out, @astro_luca because the cause of lawsuits and air lock, @Astro_Jessical as autonomous arm operator, and also the incredible clubs in Houston. 3 bolts complete, 9 to go! ”

You can also find a reflection of Mr Morgan in Mrs Koch’therefore helmet, since he could be currently shooting the photo.

The spacewalk was aided by ISS Commander Luca Parmitano of this European Space Agency (ESA) and also Jessica Meir from NASA.

Commander Parmitano took charge of this space station on October 2.

Mr Morgan will restart the batter replacement with Ms Meir on October 16, after spending seven hours and about a minute in distance Sunday.

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