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Extravehicular Activities (EVA) Statistics Current as of 6/27/07

TOTAL No. of EVAs to date: 293 (all countries)

Total No. of U.S. EVA Spacewalkers (incl. 3 on Mir): 188 (persons)

Total No. of Russian EVA Spacewalkers (incl. 2 on Shuttle & 19 on ISS): 123 (persons)

Total No. of non-US/non-Russian Spacewalkers on ISS: 8 (persons)

EVA crewmembers on ISS by Nationality:

  • US................68
  • Russia........19
  • Japan..........1
  • France........1
  • Canada.......2
  • Germany....1
  • Sweden......3
(A) EVAs on International Space Station (ISS):
  • Total Number (to date)............................................ 87
  • Total Astronauts & Cosmonauts.......................... 95
  • Total Duration (to date)........................................... 537h 7m
    • from docked Space Shuttle............................ 28
      Duration.............................................................. 187h 20m
    • from ISS.............................................................. 59
      Duration............................................................. 349h 47m

    Performed from -
      • "Quest" Airlock: 36
      • "Pirs" Docking Compartment: 22 (incl. 1 aborted)
      • "Zvezda" SM internal (IVA): 1

    • With Shuttle docked: 65
    • Without Shuttle: 21(on Exp. 4, 6, 8, 9; 10; 11; 12; 13; 14; 15)
(B) EVAs on Space Shuttle (non-ISS)
  • Total Number (to date)............................................ 74
  • Total Duration (to date)........................................... 471h 45m
(C) EVAs on U.S. Skylab
  • Total Number............................................................ 10
(D) EVAs on U.S. Apollo
  • Total Number............................................................ 20
    --- on Lunar Surface........................................15
    --- from Command Module...............................5
(E) EVAs on U.S. Gemini
  • Total Number............................................................ 9
    --- incl. 1st U.S. EVA, by Ed White (6/3/65)

(F) EVAs on Russian Space Station Mir

  • Total Number............................................................ 75
  • Total Duration........................................................... 361h 47m
    --- outside Mir.................................................72
    --- inside Spektr Module (IVA)...................... 3
(G) EVAs aboard Russian Space Station Salyut 7
  • Total Number............................................................ 13
(H) EVAs aboard Russian Space Station Salyut 6
  • Total Number.............................................................. 3
(I) EVA on Russian Soyuz 5 & Soyuz 4 (external crew transfer)
  • Total Number.............................................................. 1
(J) EVA on Russian Voskhod 2
  • Total Number.............................................................. 1
    --- 1st EVA in history, by Alexei Leonov (3/18/65)

 

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Last Updated: June 1, 2005
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