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International Space Station

Dr. Reginald J. Solomon

December 19, 2014

International Space Station

Here is a picture I snapped of the International Space Station as it flew over on October 28, 2014 at 7:40 p.m. (Nikon D50 at f/5.6,18-55mm lens, ISO 200). The white streak in the middle was the trail formed by the station. It was moving from NW to SE through the constellation of Hercules. It's a little out of focus; I just pointed, opened the shutter and took my chances! The clouds broke just in time!

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