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Spectacular New Images Capture the Space Station Cruise Across the Sun


Spectacular New Images Capture the Space Station Cruise Across the Sun Moving at eight kilometers (five miles) per second, the International Space Station (ISS) circles our planet every 90 minutes. In a 24-hour period, crew members on the ISS experience 16 sunrises and sunsets. Despite how often the station passes directly between Earth and the Sun, capturing an image of the ISS transiting our nearest star is rare.   More



(Source: SciTechDaily - Jun 29)

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