“There’s nothing,” she says. “No structure in your view and you just see the Earth and I’m up there, and even though I’ve got probably 50 handrails all around me that I can hang onto and I’ve got a hook, a big hook from my waist to structure so I know I’m not going anywhere, it was still one of those breathtaking moments where it was like, ‘Whoa.'” – Tracy Dyson, Expedition 23 Flight Engineer
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to ‘Walk’ in space, NPR has you covered with For The Record: Walking in Space. It’s a great retelling of the spacewalks experienced by astronauts Tracy Dyson, Terry Virts and Luca Parmitano.