Satellite Snaps Photo of the ISS as the Pair Hurtle Past Each Other in Space

A satellite was able to capture a rare photo of the International Space Station as the two spacecraft hurtled past each other in space just 43 miles (69 kilometers) away. [Read More]

May 16, 2024 - 02:30
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Satellite Snaps Photo of the ISS as the Pair Hurtle Past Each Other in Space

A black and white image of the International Space Station (ISS) captured at an angle, revealing its various modules and solar panels. Text on the image includes "HEO," "Blue Band," and "Object Name: ISS (ZARYA) (25544)" along with a 10m scale.

A satellite was able to capture a rare photo of the International Space Station as the two spacecraft hurtled past each other in space just 43 miles (69 kilometers) away.

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