This is Oleg Artemyev. In his hand is a tiny satellite, known as a nanosatellite, called Chasqui 1 — and he's about to throw it into the wilds of space.
Well, throw might not be quite the right word — Artemyev would favour "deploy" — but it's not far off. Alexander Skvortsov and Oleg Artemyev conducted a five-hour spacewalk on Monday, and part of that involved letting the satellite drift slowly into orbit, as well removing and installing some new scientific equipment. You can see pictures of