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The explorers’ operations were videotaped on the robotic arm.
He works as an astronaut outside the space station connected to the robotic arm
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Jan 28, 2021 11:29 am
NASA astronauts participated in a daring space walk on January 27 to install a new antenna on the European Columbus module on the International Space Station.
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Attached to the station’s robotic arm, known as Canadarm, with whom they traveled to the work area, Mike Hopkins and Victor Glover completed the cable and antenna assembly for the “Bartolomeo” science payload platform outside of the Columbus module.
The duo has also configured Ka-band which will allow high-band independent communication with European earth stations.
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After completing Columbus unit upgrades, Hopkins and Glover removed the retaining bracket on the remote port mast in preparation for future power system upgrades.
The stunning photos in this video are shared on the Orbital Complex’s Twitter account. (If you read us from the EL TIEMPO app, Watch the video here)
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