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The shadow of the moon cast on the Earth in this weeks solar eclipse captured on camera by the current ISS crew.

Credit: NASA.


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03/31/06 12:28 AM GMT
Man have you been a busy guy Phil. good work. Did you know about the free plug-in to Photoshop that lets you work with the original data from Hubble and NASA? It's cool and gives you a hell of a dynamic range to work with.
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03/31/06 2:01 AM GMT
What a view! As stunning as it is timely. Thanks for sharing.
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03/31/06 5:25 AM GMT
Another good choice.
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Art is the perception of the creator. Meaning is the perception of the viewer. acceptance is the perception of society.
03/31/06 7:52 AM GMT
You are rolling right along Mr. Teacher with my space education aren't you? lol....this is pretty doggone impressive. To think that man has walked on the moon & humans are viewing it from space most of the, my grandparents must be flipping in their graves. I must tell you though, my Mom was the worlds best skeptic. She "knew" that man did not really walk on the moon..that was something that was filmed on Earth & then broadcast as real!!! I kid you not.....what do you think she would have to say about all the images I have in my Phil folder now?
Good work as usual and I am learning something too! Thank you :~)
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05/18/06 3:13 AM GMT
I let my jaw fall in awe upong beholding something as beautiful as what I see. Incredible is too little.
The only image that could be even more impressive is a lunar eclipse as seen from the moon. You get a simultaneous view of all Earth sunrises and sunsets in that moment. A ring of fire around Earth.
Simply breathtaking.
Awesome Phil! I feel so damn small...
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