It's going to be nice to get some sunlight.
* * *Meanwhile, out in the wide world, India has tested a satellite killer and created an ugly scattering of orbital debris. Why? To show that they can.
I think that's every member of the Space Club having demonstrated some version of antisatellite capability except the EU's ESA, and they still remember WW II (and sat through Moonraker five times). So could they all please stop now? There's are people up there, and phone calls, and the Internet and your pocket navigation system; there's a future up there, if we will only reach for it. So don't screw it up.
Also, if you want to see Russia and the U.S. suddenly find common ground, hit the ISS with some damaging debris that injures the crew and see how long it takes for Donald and Vlad to let you know you don't have a space program any more, both cheered on by their domestic opposition and backed up by anti-antisatellite systems that'll leave the rubble bouncing.