(Feb. 01, 1984) - Mission Specialist 41-B Bruce McCandless uses his hands to control his movement over the Earth and is a few meters away from the Challenger during the first-ever extravehicular activity. did not use restrictive links or umbilical cord. The other crew members aboard the Challenger used a 70mm camera to expose this frame through the cockpit windows. Robert L. Stewart, one of two other mission specialists for this flight, joined McCandless in two EVA sessions.
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