Discovery in the Shadow of the International Space Station

Posted by David Ozanich — 1 Mar 2011


This picture of the space shuttle Discovery in the shadow of the International Space Station was taken by astronaut Paolo Nespoli. You can see more of his pictures on his Flickr account which he updates regularly from the ISS. (Ed. note: How cool is that?) And for you geography fans out there, the land mass below is apparently the coast of Peru.

Via Discover magazine.

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