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Two cosmonauts, Sergey Ryazansky and Fyodor Yurchikhin, launched five nano-satellites from the International Space Station in the first ever spacewalk to be recorded in 360 degrees. The video three and a half minutes of a seven and a half hour long spacewalk in August.

The Verge explains that the satellites will be taking measurements of Earth:

The two men can be seen working and at some points, throwing the satellites, including two Tanyusha nano-satellites and a Sputnik-like satellite called the TS530-Zerkalo, which is taking measurements in low Earth orbit.

 

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