From inside the ISS, astronaut Alexander Gerst of ESA watches as his crewmates Oleg Artemyev and Sergey Prokopyev install the Icarus experiment antenna.
As Prokopyev lays the necessary cable for the Icarus animal-tracking experiment equipment, Artemyev, in the red striped suit, assists in the more than 7 hour spacewalk.
Get 'er Done
In just under 8 hours, comsonauts Artemyev and Prokopyev, seen here, lay cable and install antennas for the Icarus animal-tracking experiment, collect completed experiments and release four nano satellites.
Step One, Step Two
Roscosmos' Oleg Artemyev installs the Icarus animal-tracking experiment antenna to the cable laid earlier by Prokopyev.
ESA's Alexander Gerst captures his cosmonaut crewmates installing the Icarus antenna outside the ISS.
Working for 8 hours, through the short light and dark transitions in orbit, cosmonauts Artemyev and Prokopyev completed all their assigned tasks in their Aug. 15, 2018 spacewalk.