Interesting note in today's ISS on-orbit status report: The ISS will be maneuvered to +YVV attitude for EVA-20.The nominal attitude is +XVV, which means PMA-2 faces the Velocity Vector. +YVV will mean the S6 Truss will face the Velocity Vector, which will place the P6 worksite at the aft of the ISS.I wonder whether this is due to debris concerns with the recent Russian upper stage explosion near the ISS' orbit?
Sorry, what channel are you watching to get those views?
And just to confirm, these steps are from the ISS EVA Systems Checklist? Couldn't find 2.330 so thought I'd check.