|Total EVA time:||59h 28m|
|No.||Date||Together with||Time||Main tasks and notes|
|1||30.05.2007||O. Kotov||5h 25m||
Installing orbital debris protection panels on the Zvezda Service Module and replacing experiments on the hull of Zvezda
|2||06.06.2007||O. Kotov||5h 38m||
Installing a section of Ethernet cable on the Zarya module, installing additional Service Module Debris Protection (SMDP) panels on Zvezda, and deploying a Russian scientific experiment
|3||23.07.2007||C. Anderson||7h 41m||
Replacing a failed power controller on the station's truss, jettison a refrigerator-sized ammonia reservoir tank and clean seals on a docking port on the Unity module
|4||27.07.2010||M. Korniyenko||6h 42m||
Preparing the recently delivered Russian Rassvet Module for future automated dockings by Russian spacecraft
|5||15.11.2010||O. Skripochka||6h 27m||
Installing a multipurpose workstation on the starboard side of the Zvezda service modules large-diameter section, cleaning thermal insulation around the vents for the Elektron oxygen generation system and relocating a television camera from one end of the Rassvet docking compartment to the other (failed due to interference with insulation where it was to be installed).
|6||24.06.2013||A. Misurkin||6h 34m||
They replaced a fluid flow regulator on the Russian segments Zarya module. They also removed the Photon-Gamma unit of the Molina-Gamma experiment, which measures gamma splashes and optical radiation during terrestrial lightning and thunder conditions, from a portable workstation on Zvezda.
|7||16.08.2013||A. Misurkin||7h 29m||
They continued routing power and ethernet cables for the future arrival of the Russian Multipurpose Laboratory Module. They also installed on the Poisk module a panel of experiments designed to collect data on the effects of the microgravity environment in low-Earth orbit.
|8||22.08.2013||A. Misurkin||5h 58m||
The cosmonauts removed a space laser communications system from the hull of the Zvezda service module and planned to install a pointing platform on which a small optical telescope will be installed on a future Russian spacewalk. This task failed.
|9||17.08.2017||S. Ryazansky||7h 34m||
They deployed several nanosatellites, collected research samples and performed structural maintenance.
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