Spacewalk to Prepare the International Space Station for Solar Array Upgrades 

Early riser? Watch two humans work in the vacuum of space on Sunday, Feb. 28! NASA astronauts Kate Rubins and Victor Glover will exit the orbital lab’s Quest airlock at about 6 a.m. EST to begin assembling and installing modification kits required for upcoming solar array upgrades. 

Once the duo set their spacesuits to battery power, the spacewalk is scheduled to last approximately six-and-a-half hours. Read more about the International Space Station’s solar array upgrades here:


Related Articles

Industry Updates

Why Tesla Solar Hasn’t Worked Out The Way Elon Musk Promised

It’s been five years since Tesla acquired SolarCity for...

Aptera commutes just on solar, gets 1K mile-range when full

When Aptera debuted plans for their electric vehicle in...

Real world, side-by-side testing of mono v's bifacial solar panels

Arctech's 1P tracker with mono and bifacial 435W Longi's...

Stay in touch!

Follow our Instagram