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Thomas Gautier Pesquet

 Total EVAs:  6
 Total EVA time:  39h 54m

No. Date Together with Time Main tasks and notes
 1  13.01.2017  S. Kimbrough  5h 58m
The astronauts installed adapter plates and hooked up electrical connections for the final three of six new lithium-ion batteries .
 2  24.03.2017  S. Kimbrough  6h 34m
Main objective was to prepare the PMA-3 for installation of the second IDA. They disconnected cables and electrical connections on PMA-3 to prepare for its robotic move. The spacewalkers also installed on the starboard zero truss (ITS) a new computer relay box equipped with advanced software for the adapter.
They lubricated the latching end effector on the Canadarm2 robotic arm, inspected a radiator valve suspected of a small ammonia leak and replaced cameras on the Japanese segment of the outpost.
 3  16.06.2021  S. Kimbrough  7h 15m
They installed the first array on the far end of the left (port) side of the station's backbone truss structure (P6) to upgrade the 2B power channel.
 4  20.06.2021  S. Kimbrough  6h 28m
The duo worked on the far end of the left (port) side of the station's backbone truss structure (P6) to deploy, or unroll, the first of two ISS Roll Out Solar Arrays (iROSAs) that will augment power capability for the port 6 truss' 2B power channel. Before the new array can be deployed and begin providing power to the orbiting laboratory, the two needed to install the electrical cables and drive the final two bolts to enable the solar array to unroll it into its fully laid-out position.
 5  25.06.2021  S. Kimbrough  6h 45m
The spacewalkers installed the second solar array to upgrade the 4B power channel on the P6 truss.
 6  12.09.2021  A. Hoshide  6h 54m
They installed a support bracket on the inward port side of the station's backbone truss structure in a position known as P4. The kit prepares the site for future installation and deployment of the third of six new International Space Station Roll-Out Solar Arrays (iROSA). The crew also replaced a device that measures the electrical charging potential of the arrays.