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TWRackers

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A log entry on today's EVA on the ISS, from spaceflightnow.com ...

1524 GMT (10:24 a.m. EST)
Passing the one-hour mark into the EVA. Mission Control says the astronauts are running about 55 minutes ahead of the scripted timeline so far.

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So they accomplished in a little over 1 hour what the time line had set out to be done in almost 2 hours?

That's some workin!:eyepop:
 

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So they accomplished in a little over 1 hour what the time line had set out to be done in almost 2 hours?

That's some workin!:eyepop:
Oops... you're right.

When I read it, somehow I interpreted it as they accomplished the first hour's work in 5 minutes.

My bad. :bangpan:
 

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yes this flight is the cap of a very challenge processing flow at the Cape. The ELC's were very different animals to processes than many of the other elements for the station.
 
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