STS-125 '4th walk' success! Final tomorrow

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France) and US

NASA: Plan Update for 5th Spacewalk
Sun, 17 May 2009 04:15:05 PM PDT
"Our goal is to get the spacewalk done on time, which is scheduled to last 5 hours, 45 minutes. Batteries and the Fine Guidance Sensor tasks are our priorities for tomorrow's spacewalk. We will make a real time call where we are in the timeline after those tasks are complete on the go forward plan for the Bay 5 & 8 New Outer Blanket Layer installation tasks." Read.


At the close of a successful day...
Massimino said it was beautiful out, and that he wanted one last look before closing the hatch...

And thanked John Grunsfeld, who helped to choreograph the spacewalk from inside, for stickling with them today. -NASA.
Massimino still had time to twitter!!

Spacewalkers pull off toughest Hubble repairs yet read.

An inside look at the Space Telescope Operations Control Center at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center...

More NASA TV (Video)...
VIDEO view Earlier: BIG SCREEN

Shuttle Atlantis' crew is scheduled to wake up tomorrow at 5:31am ET.
The spacewalk is set to start at 9:16am...
I'll be enroute on my trip (France) by then...
(More later)

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