Astrophoto: Jumping for Joy at the Space Station

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Yippee! This is the way I feel whenever I see the International Space Station passing overhead! Astrophotographer Pete Glastonbury from the UK posted this picture on my Facebook page when I mentioned what a great ISS pass I had just seen. In describing the image, Pete said, “My daughter Sammy suggested we use the trampoline to create the photo as a way to illustrate our desire to get into space.”

Lovely!

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One Reply to “Astrophoto: Jumping for Joy at the Space Station”

  1. It is quite marvelous, when you think about it. Imagine being in the space station wheres so much advanced tech technology is floating above the world. It’s one of the most amazing feats of mankind, made by the smartest minds and state-of-the-art tech. It’s definitely a reason to jump for joy!

    Joshua Green

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