List of cumulative spacewalk records

This is a list of cumulative spacewalk records for the 30 astronauts who have the most extra-vehicular activity (EVA) time.[1][2] The record is currently held by Anatoly Solovyev of the Russian Federal Space Agency, with 82:22 hours from 16 EVAs, followed by NASA's Michael Lopez-Alegria with 67:40 hours in 10 EVAs. This list is current as of August 2017.[3][1][4] The RSA designation includes spacewalks under the earlier Soviet space program.

List

Number Astronaut Agency Total EVAs Total Time
Hours:Minutes
1
Solovyev
Anatoly Solovyev
RSA 16 82:22 (3 days, 10 hours, 22 minutes)
2
Lopez-Alegria
Michael Lopez-Alegria
NASA 10 67:40
3
Feustel
Andrew J. Feustel
NASA 9 61:48[5]
4
Whitson
Peggy Whitson
NASA 10 60:21[6]
5
Yurchikhin
Fyodor Yurchikhin
RSA 9 59:28[7]
6
Ross
Jerry L. Ross
NASA 9 58:32
7
Grunsfeld
John M. Grunsfeld
NASA 8 58:30
8
Mastracchio
Richard Mastracchio
NASA 9 53:04
9
Williams
Sunita Williams
NASA 7 50:40
10
Smith
Steven L. Smith
NASA 7 49:48
11
Fincke
Michael Fincke
NASA 9 48:37
12
Fossum
Michael E. Fossum
NASA 7 48:32
13
Bowen
Stephen G. Bowen
NASA 7 47:18
14
Parazynski
Scott E. Parazynski
NASA 7 47:05
15
Tanner
Joseph R. Tanner
NASA 7 46:29
16
Curbeam
Robert L. Curbeam
NASA 7 45:34
17
Budarin
Nikolai Budarin
RSA 8 44:25
18
Wheelock
Douglas H. Wheelock
NASA 6 43:30
19
Newman
James H. Newman
NASA 6 43:13
20
Onufrienko
Yuri Onufrienko
RSA 8 42:33
21
Linnehan
Richard Linnehan
NASA 6 42:11
22
Wolf
David Wolf
NASA 7 41:17
23
Musabeyev
Talgat Musabayev
RSA 7 41:13
24
Sellers
Piers Sellers
NASA 6 41:10
25
Krikalev
Sergei Krikalev
RSA 8 41:08
26
Avdeyev
Sergei Avdeyev
RSA 8 41:00
27
Tani
Daniel M. Tani
NASA 6 39:11
28
Kimbrough
Robert S. Kimbrough
NASA 6 39:00
29
Padalka
Gennady Padalka
RSA 10 (8 EVAs \ 2 IVAs) 38:35 (37:55 at EVAs) [8][3]
30
Anderson
Clayton Anderson
NASA 6 38:28[9]

See also

References

  1. William Harwood (2007). "ISS EVA Statistics". CBS News. Retrieved November 8, 2007.
  2. NASA (2007). "Extravehicular Activities (EVA) Statistics". National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Archived from the original on August 8, 2007. Retrieved November 9, 2007.
  3. Spacefacts (2017). "Astronauts and Cosmonauts with EVA Experience (sorted by "EVA Time")". Spacefacts. Retrieved May 13, 2017.
  4. CollectSpace (2007). "Astronauts make 100th station spacewalk". CollectSpace. Retrieved December 18, 2007.
  5. "Astronauts Venture into Space for a Spacewalk". 14 June 2018. Retrieved 14 June 2018.
  6. "Spacewalkers successfully complete EVA to replace failed EXT-1 MDM". NASASpaceflight.com. 23 May 2017. Retrieved 23 May 2017.
  7. "Spacewalk goes into overtime as cosmonauts deploy satellites, collect science". spaceflightinsider.com. 17 August 2017.
  8. Padalka performed 8 EVAs with a total time of 37:55, and 2 IVA with a time of 00:42
  9. NASA. "STS-131 MCC Status Report #17". NASA. Retrieved 2010-04-13.
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