QuoteMaybe the "general" public won't/don't, but us NASA fans do (at least I certainly do).I couldn't agree more. I am often amazed at the selection of photos which are made public when we know that there are more interesting photos for them to chose from (e.g. Bowen's EVA2 photos from the end of the SSRMS). There really should be someone at the PR dept. who has a photographic background (Is Mike Gentry still there?) to make a better selection - and more of them! I had thought Discovery's last mission might have prompted better coverage.We can only hope that Chris' contacts come through!Keith
Maybe the "general" public won't/don't, but us NASA fans do (at least I certainly do).
With the ISS in its unique configuration, will the astronauts make a video tour? It would be amazing to fly into all the VVs and the PMM in turn.
Yes, they've released several tours already.
Quote from: rdale on 03/04/2011 09:37 pmYes, they've released several tours already.Really - STS-133 tours? If so, where?The last full ISS tour we had was back in February 2010.
The traditional flowers:"Thank you Discovery, the beautiful workhorse of the fleet".
Every ISS video tour I know of has been released, if not let me know when it happened and I'll see what I can get.
Quote from: rdale on 03/04/2011 09:47 pmEvery ISS video tour I know of has been released, if not let me know when it happened and I'll see what I can get.I read in the ISS reports that Scott Kelly did a tour for the STS-133 crew prior to the mission, but I haven't seen it anywhere.I remember Mike Fincke did one for the STS-119 crew back in 2009 (which NASA released), and it was very good as it was full of technical content.