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ISS: NASA astronauts conduct first ever all-female spacewalk

4 18.10.2019 Инфо

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M/S NASA astronauts Andrew Morgan and Luca Parmitano doing final checks on Christina Koch and Jessica Meir before start of spacewalk,ISS
W/S Astronauts closing hatch
C/U Astronaut's hands
W/S Meir during spacewalk
C/U Meir *NO SOUND AT SOURCE*
W/S Meir *NO SOUND AT SOURCE*
C/U Meir picking equipment
W/S Koch outside space station
C/U Koch's hands
M/S US President Donald Trump calling ISS from White House
W/S Spacewalk
SOT, Donald Trump, US President: "You represent this country so well and our country is very proud of you, we are very proud of you. Millions and millions of people are watching you right now, but I will tell you - what you do is really something very special."
M/S Space station
SCRIPT
NASA’s Christina Koch and Jessica Meir became first all-female group of astronauts to conduct a spacewalk mission on Friday.
Footage shows Koch and Meir working outside the International Space Station (ISS) to replace a failed power control unit, which gathers and distributes solar power to the station.
US President Donald Trump called the ISS during the mission to congratulate the first all-female spacewalkers.
The first woman to conduct a spacewalk was Soviet cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya in 1984.