Spacecraft Photographs From the University Lowbrow Astronomers
International Space Station Pass
by John Kirchhoff
Just came in from the prettiest spacecraft pass I have ever seen... the shuttle Atlantis leading the International Space Station by a mere 15 seconds! They were flying a perfect formation and skimmed through the Big Dipper from my vantage point in Hudson Michigan. You have to look close but you can see the double line caused by the two spacecraft!
(This photo was taken on June 19, 2007).
Other Spacecraft Photographs
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