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ISSoverTT 3m
The will be over in 7 hours (4:35 am EDT)
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Shehan Madawa Jun 12
🇱🇰 Sri Lanka ! The International Space Station is visible everywhere to the naked eye (if clouds allow) today at 7:41 pm ⏰ Set your alarm - 7.41pm 🇱🇰
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Christian Fröschlin 4h
Replying to @chrfrde
Animated view of solar transit slowed down by a factor of 10.
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ISSoverTT 4h
The should be directly overhead
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ISSoverTT 3h
The will be over in 14 minutes!
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ISS over Szeged 11h
ISS over Szeged: from June 18, 2019 at 04:32PM until June 18, 2019 at 04:42PM for 559 secs
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NASA History Office Jun 15
One year ago today, retired from NASA. Here's just a few accomplishments from her historic career: ✔️ US record for most cumulative time in space: 665 days ✔️ First female to command the ✔️ 10 spacewalks- the most of any woman
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IntSoftSol 3h
ISS e-Collect is one of the products from Integrated Software Solutions. Collection of samples are simplified with colour coded containers, automatic recording of collection times & label printing. Effortless & concise means less room for error
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EmmabBooks 14m
Endurance by Scott Kelly One year on the International Space Station - his story Exciting, dramatic, fascinating and often funny Great read for all ages - 5* read
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Christian Fröschlin 2h
Replying to @chrfrde
Stacked view of from today's solar transit data. 22 x 0.55 ms Ha 35 nm + OD 3.8 solar foil in Celestron 8" + 0.63x reducer.
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Christian Fröschlin 4h
Replying to @chrfrde
Animated view of solar transit at actual speed.
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Rob Buttigieg 5h
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Christian Fröschlin 8h
Replying to @chrfrde
Full set of images I got from today's solar transit. Unfortunately one frame was lost resulting in the center gap. Yellow-ish hue added to mono data in processing to make the Sun more visually recognizable.
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Christian Fröschlin 9h
Had an excellent solar transit observing opportunity today! Sun altitude 58° and reasonably clear skies although it ended up being a tight race against clouds. 11 frames covering 0.15 s real time, each 0.55 ms Ha 35 nm + OD 3.8 solar foil in Celestron 8" + 0.63x reducer.
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NASA History Office 9h
to music legend - the first musician to transmit a concert to the . He woke up the crew of STS-114 with live performances of "English Tea" and the Beatles song "Good Morning Sunshine." Listen here:
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Charlie  🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿👙🐧 12h
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Vanessa Brower 13h
Part of my 💜 is off to Lubbock for the trip! Today they prep the space experiment for travel to the ! Soon her fingerprints and hard science work will be in microgravity! Go Diva!
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Steve Knight 15h
Managed to capture an solar transit on Sunday. Lasted half a second. was 472km away. +
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Cady Coleman 22h
Life in space on just won't be the same.... all of you will be so missed. What a crew! Fly safely!
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Harrison Coviello 22h
My time today at the NBL, tour of the U of H, and building rockets with the ‘Delta Doughnuts’ has been unforgettable. @Commerical_Crew
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