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Did they ever determine which antenna cover was missing? Any photos?

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At the risk of offending some of my native Americans, cool scene with the flag.

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Sunset...
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Both inside Pirs. Waiting for an official EVA conclusion.

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EVA-35 concluded after five hours and 58 minutes.

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Hatch closed at 1732 UTC
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HATCH CLOSED! A challenging EVA by Fyodor Yurchikhin & Aleksandr Misurkin comes to a close after 5 hrs and 58 min.
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And repressurizing at 1735 UTC, now at 30mm
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Bravo for Russia astronauts :)
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This was the 9th EVA of Fyodor? Is he, thus, tied for third place for most EVAs ever with Jerry L. Ross? And has surpassed him in total EVA time at 59:09min?

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I missed if there were any cleaning towel jettisons this time after their work on Zvezda?
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Did they ever determine which antenna cover was missing? Any photos? 

Bumping the question up to the top -- any news on which antenna had lost its cover?

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Did they ever determine which antenna cover was missing? Any photos? 

Bumping the question up to the top -- any news on which antenna had lost its cover?

Yes, it was WAL-6 on the fwd end of Zvezda. Apparently they had already figured that out from looking at it from inside the station and didn't even bother to go visit it, if I understood the PAO correctly.
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