Suited Up for a Day's Work: Astronaut Randy Bresnik (@AstroKomrade) is seen wearing his spacewalking suit, an Extravehicular Mobility Unit, during an October 5 spacewalk to replace a degraded robotic arm "hand," called the Latching End Effector, on the tip of the International Space Station's (@ISS) robotic arm, the Canadarm2.
October 06 | 2017
This was the first of three spacewalks planned for October. The second and third spacewalks will be devoted to lubricating the newly installed end effector and replacing cameras on the left side of the space station’s truss and the right side of the station’s U.S. Destiny laboratory. Image Credit: NASA
November 20 | 2018
The federal government gave the National Energy Board until February 22, 2019, to complete its review of the potential impacts of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.