With the successful landing of the Discovery and her crew, I wanted to reflect on NASA's successful test flight. How better to do this than to successfully execute an EVA mission of our own? Given: You are in a space suit, orbiting the Earth outside of Discovery. You are untethered, unpowered (no rockets, hair spray, or tennis balls to throw), and otherwise floating free. The only piece of equipment you have, other than your EVA suit, is a bicycle wheel. (Yes, a bicycle wheel.) Neither you nor the bicycle wheel is spinning on any axis at the start of the mission. Mission: Your mission is to set the bicycle wheel spinning about its own axis without putting yourself into a spin. Can you do it? Remember, it's just you and the bicycle wheel. There's no robotic arm to help, and you're not allowed to rip a hole in your suit to alter your momentum. (Though you may, if you wish, consider yourself expendable for the purposes of accomplishing this very critical mission.) Any volunteers for this mission?