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Something’s Missing in This Stunning Photo of Space Station Passing in Front of the Midday Sun


Something’s Missing in This Stunning Photo of Space Station Passing in Front of the Midday Sun Swirling 250 miles (400 kilometers) above Earth, the International Space Station (ISS) completes a full orbit of our planet every 90 minutes or so. You can see it with your naked eyes at night (at least, you can see a white dot of steady-cruising light), but spotting the station during the daytime — as photographer Rainee Colacurcio did in the fiery photo above — requires a bit of technological assistance. "My go-to setup is a dedicated hydrogen-alpha solar scope," which is a special telescope for observing the sun, Colacurcio told Live Science in an email.   More



(Source: Live Science - Jul 24)

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