Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Streaks in space! ISS astronaut’s incredible timelapse photos highlight ghostly solar panels and lovely star trails

The space station is always in motion, but only rarely does orbital photography bring that movement to our screens on Earth.

International Space Station (ISS) astronaut Matthew Dominick has an ongoing series of photos on social media showing life on the move in space. The NASA astronaut, in his limited spare time between Expedition 71 duties, regularly transmits timelapse photos from the orbiting laboratory.

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