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Discovery’s Last Go Round, As Seen From the Ground

March 3rd, 2011 03:58 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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SoyQueSoy writes to point out this “incredible footage of the passage of the International Space Station and Discovery, taken on February 28th 2011 at 17:58UT from the area of Weimar, Germany. A stereoscopic 3D version is also included for your viewing pleasure, as well as footage from February 26.” Perhaps as interesting is the hardcore home telescope set-up used to get the images, a motorized, satellite-tracking Takahashi EM400.

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