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    Interesting photo of IIS (from earth)

    Was just reading this and thoughts others may find it interesting...

    Shuttle-and-station-imaged-from-the-ground/

    It's an interesting picture.
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    Re: Interesting photo of IIS (from earth)

    I don't think my 300 would reach that far.
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    Re: Interesting photo of IIS (from earth)

    Quote Originally Posted by xystren
    Was just reading this and thoughts others may find it interesting...

    Shuttle-and-station-imaged-from-the-ground/

    It's an interesting picture.
    It is possible to photograph them. If you usea normal camera lens, you will get a white streak across the sky. If you have a telescope to attach your camera to, you can get a surprisingly detailed photo of the ISS and the space shuttle when it is docked.
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