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Estación Espacial Internacional (ISS)

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Fecha:07.2.2008 Hora:17:36 UT Exposición:102 x 2.5s
Campo visual:180o Cámara:Nikon D200 Filtro:ninguno
Óptica:f=10.5mm, 1/2.8 Lugar:Tübingen, Alemania Observador:Till Credner

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The International Space Station (ISS) glides above the northern horizon of Tübingen in southern Germany. It is brilliantly visible due to brightly reflected sunlight. The ISS vanishes above the north-eastern horizon when it enters earths shadow (right hand side). The astronauts onboard might had a nice sunset at this time, however, they can enjoy this every 1.5 hours! One orbit only takes this time.