21 February 2017 | ISS Passage

ISS Passage David Duarte

Image credit & copyright: David Duarte | Click image to enlarge

Image Data

  • Date: 15th February 2017
  • Location: St Vincent de Paul, France
  • Camera: Canon EOS 60D
  • Optics: Tamron 17-55 mm
  • Exposure: 17mm f/4.5, 5 x 15s @ 400ISO

In this serene picture made by David Duarte from France we see the International Space Station (ISS) pass between Mars and Venus as it crosses France.

As of last friday it is possible to visit the International Space Station without a space suit using only a VR headset and the ISS spacewalk app created by London-based production studio Rewind.

Based on Tim Peake‘s Nasa and European Space Agency (ESA) training programme, the app is intended as a recreation of working on the International Space Station. To develop the experience, Rewind worked closely with Nasa and ESA.

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