It was not a victory in the sense that I’ve never celebrated a victory over that. I’m such a long-term investor, I’ve never really let go and celebrated what I did with the Hubble telescope. Obviously, I’m incredibly glad to see the pictures that we’re getting, but I never did celebrate the way people celebrate athletic victories or other accomplishments. I think I sensed that the victory was accomplished on the ground, not so much during flight. I look upon attacking the details, the way I worked out the choreography and the methods on the ground, not so much during flight. It really produced much more of a sense of humility in me than elation for some strange reason. For me, it’s kind of a journey, there are no ends. I look upon that as part of the journey. I’m going to keep going, and I’m going to keep doing the same thing. There really isn’t a time to pause and have a celebration. I feel so serious about the whole thing. It doesn’t seem appropriate to me to celebrate a victory. It’s just the beauty of the work. And there’s another dance tomorrow.