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[ISS] & [Vesta] Image 2010/03/11(UT)
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Ralf Vandebergh
R.Vandebergh,T.Yokokura

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Ralf Vandebergh(250mm Newton)
This is how the station looked yesterday from Europe. The new Tranquility module or
node 3 was flaring too heavy to see any detail,I will try that again later this week.
I like the way the sunlight falls on the Progress M-04M however,giving it really dimension.
Ralf
Sent: Friday,March 12,2010 8:38 PM
subject: 2010/03/11_ISS observations: Russian part in color
subject: 2010/03/11_ISS observations Progress M-03M & Progress M-04M
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Observation in color of the Russian ISS-area with the Progress M-03M
visible docked at the Pirs port on the Earth-facing side,but with a
better view on the Progress M-04M docked at the aft end of the Zvezda
service-module. The color is increased but interesting. The cyan visible
on the high-reflective white parts of the station,such as the radiators,
is reflected Earth-light.Seeing was exellent during this observation.
Pass was 71‹cul.N.


subject: 2010/03/11_ISS observations: Russian part in color
subject: 2010/03/11_ISS observations Progress M-03M & Progress M-04M
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Observation in color of the Russian ISS-area with the Progress M-03M
visible docked at the Pirs port on the Earth-facing side,but with a
better view on the Progress M-04M docked at the aft end of the Zvezda
service-module. The color is increased but interesting. The cyan visible
on the high-reflective white parts of the station,such as the radiators,
is reflected Earth-light.Seeing was exellent during this observation.
Pass was 71‹cul.N.




    This is how the station looked yesterday from Europe. The new Tranquility module or 
    node 3 was flaring too heavy to see any detail, I will try that again later this week. 
    I like the way the sunlight falls on the Progress M-04M however, giving it really dimension.
    Ralf
      Sent: Friday, March 12, 2010 8:38 PM
      Subject: 2010/03/11_ISS observations: Russian part in color


I have attached a recent reprocessing of an ISS color image with unique
great lighting angle taken May 2008. On top you see the European
Columbus laboratory. This is one of my best shots ever, thanks to this
nice rare angle. Enjoy!!

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[Ralf Vandebergh:Neighbourhood of Maastricht Netherlands]

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Toshio Yokokura (400mm Newtonian)

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