The U.S. space Agency NASA continues a series of interesting photos from space image, made the International space station (ISS) against absolute moon. The ISS looks like a tiny dark spot on the background of a huge pancake of the full moon.
On the day of the full moon from NASA Observatory in Woodford, Virginia, captured the International space station, flying against the moon. In the process of photographing station across the background of the satellite at a speed of about 5 miles per second. The image appeared on the Agency's website and social networks.
ISS presented here is a tiny dark zigzag, located just right of center of the illustration. By the way, this picture was taken last month, the Aussie Dylan OБ√⌠'donnell. He year is expected to catch the ISS in the background of the full moon.
As noted by the representatives of NASA in the caption to the original photo, and at the moment the ISS is used, in the form of a multipurpose space research centre, inside of which are 6 people. Specifically: the astronauts from Russia Gennady Padalka, Mikhail Kornienko and Oleg Kononenko and Nasa astronauts Scott Kelly, Kjell Lindgren and Japanese Kimiya Yui.
Remember, previously the NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, who is on Board the ISS, captured a remarkable astronomical event: he made a picture shows the Moon, Venus and Jupiter actually lined up in 1 row. Last time a similar phenomenon was observed in the Solar system on March 10, 1982.
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