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Video grab from a CCTV image showing mission commander Zhai Zhigang on the first space walk by a person from China, outside the Shenzhou VII spacecraft 343 kilometres (215 miles) over the Earth, 27 September, 2008.

Taikonaut Zhai began the 15 minute excursion at approximately 4:45 pm Beijing time (0845 GMT) to retrieve an experiment involving solid lubricants.

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