Two Russian Cosmonauts Will Spend
Hours Spacewalking Outside the International Space Station on April 28 and you can watch them work in the void live online.
Cosmonauts Oleg Artemyev
And Denis Matveev of Russia's space agency Roscosmos will take a 6.5-hour spacewalk
Outside The International Space Station
To outfit its newest laboratory module Nauka. The spacewalk is expected to begin at 10 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT), according to NASA.
NASA Officials Wrote In A Statement
"The duo will jettison thermal blankets used to protect the arm during its July 2021 launch with Nauka,"
"They will also flex the arm's joints, release launch restraints, and monitor the arm's ability to use two grapple fixtures."
Is the second in as many weeks for Artemyev and Matveev as they work on the Nauka module.