In the process of flying over the International Space Station, it is enough to get a good picture. Facing it across the sun, it is difficult to take beautiful pictures. Warm applause to NASA photographer Joel Koski.
NASA released a composite image composed of six frames showing the silhouette of ISS as it crossed the sun at approximately 5 miles per second on June 24. NASA also released a short-distance video made of 1
Capturing images requires a combination of skill, equipment and time. Although the outline of the station looks a bit like the TIE fighter in Star Wars, the large ISS solar panel array can be seen from the side.
The International Space Station not only represents a series of orbital equipment. Currently, the station has two Russian astronauts and three NASA astronauts. NASA staff includes Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, pioneers of SpaceX Crew Dragon,.
If you want to catch the ISS yourself with a camera or the naked eye, please check NASA’s Spot the Station website and sign an informative warning telling it when it will fly over your world.
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