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One of them shows the display of a map of the moon with the Lunar Module near the Sea of Tranquility and the Command Module to the west in a near-equatorial orbit.
There are some locations indicated with prominent numbers. 5 is near the Ocean of Storms to the west, and 4, 3, 2, 1 move eastward with 2 just above the LM.
They do not fall in a straight line nor seem to follow the current CSM orbit.
Question: What do these numbers indicate?
Standing at the top row of the MOCR looking forward. The consoles are all lit via internal LEDs powered by a Crestron commercial lighting system, and the positions are all dressed to appear as if the controllers had all gotten up mid-shift and walked out and left all their stuff behind. - Lee Hutchinson