I found three definitions for the attitude angles of the ISS (yaw, pitch and roll), from three different source. They contradict each other. See the following pictures.
For my problem, I have to reconstruct ISS orientation in ECEF/ITRF coordinates, and I got values of yaw=-4.499, pitch=-0.7688 and roll=0.2870 (that are the values for the ISS on March 24th 2019 at 00:31:53:135 UTC). But I am not 100% sure which convention (from the three possibilities) should be used here. (For information, the corresponding ISS position is : altitude=409.6km, longitude=55.334deg and latitude=0.112deg)
Does anyone have any idea about which of the three definitions should these values correspond to ? And with a good justification of why, if possible. (I actually have an idea but I prefer to not give it so I get independent opinions)
Thanks in advance