Can I view Git commit history in Visual Studio 2013 for TFS Git VC before cloning?

I have a Git-based TFS Team Project. I have created additional Git repositories in this Team Project with names other than that of the Team Project. Prior to cloning the repo, I would like to view its full commit history in VS2013. I could not figure out how to do so without first cloning the entire repository. Is it possible?

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    It is not currently possible to view the history of a remote Git repository from within Visual Studio.

    You will need to either:

    1. Clone the repository locally, then view the history in Visual Studio; or
    2. View the history inside the TFS Web Access interface.
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