The International Space Station (ISS) has been captured on lens by two photographers, while it was traversing across the moon, and was closing in on Jupiter, reports Space.com. One of the photographers, Lauren Harnett managed to capture this spectacular moment at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston on Janurary 4th. She clicked a series of images, capturing the ISS making its way across the moon, nearing Jupiter. The image below is nothing but, Harnett's attempt at bringing the progression of the ISS onto a single image.
The composite image capturing the journey of the ISS across the moon
Just a day later, yet another astrophotographer, Mike Killian managed to capture, yet another brilliant spectacle; this time of the ISS making a flash on the night sky at central Florida, as it made its way through Jupiter. The spectacle, reportedly lasted for a good 6 minutes.
Mike Killian's spotting of the ISS
Published Date: Jan 09, 2012 03:38 pm | Updated Date: Jan 09, 2012 03:38 pm