List of longest spacewalks

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This is a list of the 20 longest spacewalks, also known as an extra-vehicular activity or EVA. "Agency" here refers to the organization under whose auspices the EVA was conducted (so a Swiss or Japanese astronaut would be listed under NASA if they wore NASA suits and were controlled by Mission Control Houston).

For details, see lists of spacewalks from 1965-1999, 2000-2014, and 2015-present.

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Number EVA Crew Agency Flight/Mission Date Total Time
Hours:Minutes
1 James Voss and Susan Helms NASA STS-102 11 March 2001 8:56
2 Pierre Thuot, Richard Hieb and Thomas Akers NASA STS-49 13 May 1992 8:29
3 Sunita Williams and Akihiko Hoshide (Japan) NASA Expedition 32 30 August 2012 8:17
4 Steven Smith and John Grunsfeld NASA STS-103 22 December 1999 8:15
5 Alexander Misurkin and Anton Shkaplerov Roskosmos Expedition 54 02 February 2018 8:13
6 Michael Foale and Claude Nicollier (Switzerland) NASA STS-103 23 December 1999 8:10
7 Steven Smith and John Grunsfeld NASA STS-103 24 December 1999 8:08
8 Oleg Kotov and Sergey Ryazansky Roskosmos Expedition 38 27 December 2013 8:07
9 Andrew J. Feustel and Michael Fincke NASA STS-134 22 May 2011 8:07
10 Douglas H. Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson NASA Expedition 24 07 August 2010 8:03
11 Michael J. Massimino and Michael T. Good NASA STS-125 17 May 2009 8:02
12 Rex J. Walheim and Stanley G. Love NASA STS-122 11 February 2008 7:58
13 James F. Reilly and John D. Olivas NASA STS-117 15 June 2007 7:58
14 Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper and Stephen G. Bowen NASA STS-126 22 November 2008 7:57
15 Michael J. Massimino and Michael T. Good NASA STS-125 15 May 2009 7:56
16 Michael Lopez-Alegria and Sunita Williams NASA Expedition 14 31 January 2007 7:55
17 Tamara E. Jernigan and Daniel T. Barry NASA STS-96 30 May 1999 7:55
18 Story Musgrave and Jeffrey Hoffman NASA STS-61 05 December 1993 7:54
19 Scott Kelly and Kjell N. Lindgren NASA Expedition 45 06 November 2015 7:48
20 Steven Smith and Rex Walheim NASA STS-110 11 April 2002 7:48

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