Structure the International Spaceport station requires time

In 2007, Michael E. Lopez-Alegria, took a 6 hour, 40- minute spacewalk helping building of the International Spaceport Station. He was leader of Exploration 14, costs 215 days in area and, at the time, taking the record for the longest spaceflight. He presently holds the NASA record for overall spacewalk hours at 67: 40.

Throughout the exploration, another member of the team– Mikhail Tyurin, of Russia– struck a golf ball from the outside of an airlock.