Alfred Worden performing humanity’s first deep-space EVA

Alfred Worden performing humanity's first deep-space EVA

Alfred Worden performing humanity’s first deep-space EVA during Apollo 15’s homeward journey. Image: wikipedia United States made a forth moon landing with Apollo 15 mission. On the return trip to Earth, Alfred Worden, command module pilot of Apollo 15, performed a spacewalk in deep space, the first of its kind, on August 5, 1971. During this 38-minute deep-space spacewalk, Worden floated to the rear of the spacecraft to collect film canisters and exterior cameras and examine the overall condition of the service module.

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