Talk:List of cumulative spacewalk records

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Shouldn't this also include a list by most spacewalks, instead of just a list by cumulative time? The title of the article doesn't show a preference towards cumulative time versus cumulative EVAs, or cumulative missions with an EVA experience. If not, then "time" should be added to the title of the article, since this article doesn't cover cumulative records, only cumulative time records. -- (talk) 09:14, 11 October 2013 (UTC)

The Information seems dated[edit]

Rick Mastracchio just finished his 8th spacewalk today on the ISS. His cumulative time record is now 51:28. It's quite possible a lot of the other data is old as well. Source[the final paragraph]: — Preceding unsigned comment added by AnimationB (talkcontribs) 21:57, 24 December 2013 (UTC)

Jerry L Ross and Steven L. Smith's Time[edit]

In the second paragraph of "NASA Experience" for Ross' bio of this website it states that his total EVA time is 58:18, not 58:32 listed in the article. The link to the source: For Smith his time says 49:48 in the article but NASA's bio says 49:25. Source:— Preceding unsigned comment added by AnimationB (talkcontribs) 22:27, 30 January 2014 (UTC)


hi, This list states that Padalka has performed 10 EVAs with cumulative time of more than 38 hours. I asked why they list only 8 EVAs with less time. I got the following response: "Padalka has only eight EVA’s plus two Intra Vehicular Activities (IVA) – on September 15, 1998 and June 10, 2009. Only the Russians count IVA’s as EVA’s." what do you think? I found no official record (yet) on total EVA time for Padalka Golan's mom (talk) 15:26, 2 April 2017 (UTC)