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(Twitter)   Photo of the ISS taken by an amateur astronomer shows the docked Crew Dragon and even the station's robotic arm. The Sun is there   (twitter.com) divider line
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2536 clicks; posted to Geek » on 27 Jun 2020 at 2:22 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-06-27 9:37:27 AM  
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2020-06-27 2:36:20 PM  
Wow. That's one helluva long distance focus.

I think somebody blinked, though.
 
2020-06-27 3:12:18 PM  
Knew it had to be Legault before clicking.

He's taken pics of spacewalking astronauts, too:

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2020-06-27 3:28:53 PM  
That's cool, thanks subby
 
2020-06-27 5:17:07 PM  
Damn- I've managed to get an ISS transit once but not even remotely like that.  That's just incredible: <does the I'm not worthy bow>

Of course, I have a 50mm scope and he has a 200mm refractor.

Quick price check says that it's roughly what we paid for my wife's car.
 
2020-06-27 6:10:13 PM  
Can we be sure these are not merely Sumerian glyphs?
 
2020-06-27 8:03:57 PM  
Sweet block print. Very crisp. Mine always leak slightly.
 
2020-06-28 12:25:24 PM  
Been a fan of this guy for years.  He caught an astronaut during a Discovery mission when they were attached to the big arm on the space station years ago.  That telescope must be $$$$$$$$$$$$$$
 
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