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Thursday, 18 February 2010
Let There Be Light
This amazing picture was taken yesterday as the International Space Station floated above the Sahara Desert. This is the room with a view that has been featured on the news a lot recently and here the pilot of Endeavor, Terry Virts opened each of the windows (the shields on them, I am guessing rather than the window itself!). This image was then tweeted back to earth by one of the astronauts that had helped install it. Wonderful.
Posted by RJ Evans at 20:36
Labels: International Space Station, NASA, pictures
Incredible!! I have always been fascinated with space. I remember when I was a youngster, that we went to a planetarium. It was a great experience that just wet my appetite for space science.
Wow what a photo!