And this is a good reminder that just because one of your fellow space enthusiasts occasionally voices doubts about the SpaceX schedule announcements or is cautious about believing SpaceX has licked a problem before actually seeing proof that's true, it doesn't mean they hate SpaceX.

Quote from: billshap on 05/27/2011 05:11 PMA question during FD Highlights. . .what is the significance of the "18" and "20" in the corners of the WVS? Earlier flights had "16" and "18." What do these numbers mean?It's the indentifiers for the WVS/Helmetcams between the three spacewalkers.Drew Feustel (EV-1) = 16Mike Finke (EV-2) = 18Greg Chamitoff (EV-3) = 20(I think, worth a doublecheck - but that's what the numbers reference).

A question during FD Highlights. . .what is the significance of the "18" and "20" in the corners of the WVS? Earlier flights had "16" and "18." What do these numbers mean?

Quote from: Chris Bergin on 05/27/2011 05:21 PMQuote from: billshap on 05/27/2011 05:11 PMA question during FD Highlights. . .what is the significance of the "18" and "20" in the corners of the WVS? Earlier flights had "16" and "18." What do these numbers mean?It's the indentifiers for the WVS/Helmetcams between the three spacewalkers.Drew Feustel (EV-1) = 16 18 for at least EVA-3Mike Finke (EV-2) = 18 20 for at least EVA-3 & EVA-4Greg Chamitoff (EV-3) = 20 18 for EVA-4(I think, worth a doublecheck - but that's what the numbers reference). Do these numbers have any significance? What do 16,18, 20 refer to? Are there other numbers?

Quote from: billshap on 05/27/2011 05:11 PMA question during FD Highlights. . .what is the significance of the "18" and "20" in the corners of the WVS? Earlier flights had "16" and "18." What do these numbers mean?It's the indentifiers for the WVS/Helmetcams between the three spacewalkers.Drew Feustel (EV-1) = 16 18 for at least EVA-3Mike Finke (EV-2) = 18 20 for at least EVA-3 & EVA-4Greg Chamitoff (EV-3) = 20 18 for EVA-4(I think, worth a doublecheck - but that's what the numbers reference).

An extra one in the station gallery which isn't showing (yet) in the FD12 images galleryhttp://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-28/html/iss028e005676.htmlSame one as originally from Ron Garan (hi res version obviously), but either colour corrected or the one on his Twitter site was just poorer quality.Keith