Photographer captures fascinating photos of Space Shuttle Endeavour, ISS
Monday, June 6, 2011
| by Rob Galbraith
Photographer Thierry Legault has posted
several fascinating photos of Space Shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station (ISS)
, captured from locations in Europe with a Nikon D3X and powerful telescope during Endeavour's most recent (and last) mission into space. The photos show the orbiter and the ISS passing in front of the sun among other fascinating views, plus Legault has assembled a 360-degree rotation of the two docked together.
: Thierry Legault's astrophotography site
There are other cool ground-based looks at the ISS and NASA orbiters on Legault's site, including:
Space Shuttle Discovery and the ISS (February-March 2011)
ISS passing in front of the moon (December 2010)
Space Shuttle Atlantis and the ISS (May 2010)
Space Shuttle Atlantis, plus pictures of Legault's Takahashi refractor telescope (May 2009)
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