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NASA SPOTS SPECTACULAR ISS TRANSIT ACROSS THE FULL MOON

NASA SPOTS SPECTACULAR ISS TRANSIT ACROSS THE FULL MOON Plenty of people were out in the dark photographing the rare super blue blood moon, but NASA senior photographer Bill Ingalls captured an instant classic with a look at the International Space Station crossing in front of the full moon on Tuesday night Eastern. It takes a lot of skill and a bit of luck to get an image like this. The ISS travels at around 5 miles (8 kilometers) per second, so the window for a transit shot is short. Ingalls dialed in the focus perfectly to highlight both the craters and landscape of the moon with the space station in front.   More



(Source: CNET - Feb 1)

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