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Uploaded: 03/01/06 11:58 PM GMT
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Astronaut John Herrington at work on the ISS backdropped by a Soyuz service module and a heavily clouded planet.

Credit:NASA/JPL

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::ianmacappin
03/02/06 12:16 AM GMT
What a fantastic image. A great big thanks for getting this Phil. It is wonderful picture.
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.Mudpuppy
03/02/06 12:18 AM GMT
Wow..I really am enjoying these pictures you posting. This is great, how interesting to see. Great work with this and thanks for sharing this!
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::dreamer100
03/02/06 1:29 AM GMT
Working the underside with the cloud cover reflecting so much bright light must have made repairs easier to see. You need to see this enlarged to catch the photographer reflected in the mask
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.Spankee
03/02/06 3:10 AM GMT
"Highly" excellent photograph!!!
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Few words say it all.
.mimi5947
03/02/06 6:11 AM GMT
Wow, this one is so full of detail! The clarity of it is amazing. Did you have to do much "clean up" work"? You are rapidly filling up my 'phil folder' that I am going to use for my grandchildren and show them what is out in "space" besides the sun and stars. Once again, thanks for all the work you do. It is so deeply appreciated. Merci, amigo ..hehe :))
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~ Mimi~
.auline
03/02/06 7:54 AM GMT
Fantastic photo, great subject keep them coming. :)
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::groo2k
03/02/06 10:46 AM GMT
I like the astronaught in the reflection of his shield.
-Rob
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.sammorgan
03/02/06 11:05 AM GMT
Excellent Shapness and detail. Is that you in the reflection lol.
There is certainly alot going on here - which i find kinda odd given that these guys are surrounded by 15 billion lightyears of space (or more???). Its amazing to think that such things are possible somewhere so inhospitable. I like the human element to your vast space pics - you know where any more like these can be found?
Keep on enlightening us!
Keep posting!!!!
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::Morwyn
03/02/06 2:28 PM GMT
Beautiful.. I really appreciate these NASA images.. Truly amazing..
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.Marzena
03/02/06 5:19 PM GMT
The reflection in the mask is superb. Thanks, Phil, for helping me to bridge the gaps in my technical education. LOL
Congratulations !
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
&prismmagic
03/02/06 7:33 PM GMT
Good choice of image Phil. Looks great.
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::DigiCamMan
03/03/06 3:02 AM GMT
Nice shot but how did you get it? You must have a lot of those frequent flyer miles.
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::philcUK
03/03/06 6:44 PM GMT
yep
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.MissTish
03/04/06 2:24 PM GMT
wow, the clarity!
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.portorico
03/08/06 3:14 AM GMT
Very beautiful picture....
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.mythica
03/14/06 7:09 AM GMT
Stunning, never get sick of nasa shots
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+camerahound
04/05/06 3:15 AM GMT
Excellent!
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lostinspace
06/10/06 8:32 PM GMT
Too Cool I'm There!!!
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