ISS Passing in Front of Moon

Catching a glimpse of the International Space Station from Earth isn’t the easiest of tasks, since it orbits at a height of 260-miles (420km), appearing as a small speck when we gaze at the night sky. However, photographer Andy Smith managed to capture the incredible image above that shows the station’s silhouette crossing the moon during its orbit of Earth. On either side of the station you can see its vast solar arrays – four on each side – that generate 84 kilowatts of power. In the center, we see the core where the crew of up to six astronauts and cosmonauts reside. Continue reading for more.

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