|Total EVA time:||32h 04m|
|No.||Date||Together with||Time||Main tasks and notes|
|1||19.03.2009||S. Swanson||6h 07m||
After Canadarm2 released S6 and moved away, the spacewalkers plugged in power and data cables to connect the new hardware and remove launch restraints from the photovoltaic radiator and the boxes containing the new solar arrays. They also deployed the Beta Gimbal Assemblies, which contain the masts that support the solar arrays, and position the boxes for later deployment.
|2||23.03.2009||J. Acaba||6h 27m||
Moving one of the station's two Crew and Equipment and Translation Aid - or CETA - carts. With that work done, one of the carts was moved back to the station's port side, leaving a cart for use on either side of the truss.
|3||29.03.2018||A. Feustel||6h 10m||
They installed wireless communications equipment on the station's Tranquility module to enhance payload data processing for the ECOsystem Spaceborne Thermal Radiometer Experiment on Space Station (ECOSTRESS) experiment. The crew members also swapped out high-definition video cameras on the port truss of the station's backbone and removed aging hoses from a cooling component on the station's truss.
|4||16.05.2018||A. Feustel||6h 31m||
They moved a component called a Pump Flow Control Subassembly (PFCS) from a spare parts platform on the station's truss "backbone" to the Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (Dextre) robotic arm. The spacewalkers removed a failed PFCS and return it to the spare parts depot. They also replaced a camera system on the Destiny Laboratory and a communications receiver.
|5||14.06.2018||A. Feustel||6h 49m||
They installed a pair of brackets and high-definition cameras on the Harmony module that will help commercial crew vehicles align with the international docking adapter at the forward end of Harmony. The crew also replaced a camera on the station's starboard truss.