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The ISS can be photographed from Earth - a team in Munich captured this detailed image on 12 June 2006
- Title The ISS can be photographed from Earth - a team in Munich captured this detailed image on 12 June 2006
- Released 12/06/2006 10:29 am
- Copyright iss-tracking.de
A team at the Public Observatory in Munich, Germany, use professional equipment to capture spectacularly detailed images, some of which even show the Station’s communication antennae. This image was captured early in the morning on 12 June 2006.
Date: Monday, 12 June, 2006
Observer's Location: Ramersdorf ( 48.1170°N, 11.6170°E)
Local Time: Central European Summer Time (GMT + 2:00)
Orbit: 336 x 349 km, 51.6° (Epoch 11 Jun)
Sun altitude at time of maximum pass altitude: -14.8°
Event Time Altitude Azimuth Distance (km)
Leaves shadow 02:57:58 16° 272° (W ) 1,017
Maximum altitude 03:00:07 52° 348° (NNW) 442
Drops below 10° altitude 03:02:58 10° 65° (ENE) 1,313
Sets 03:05:00 0° 70° (ENE) 2,154
- Id 217935
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