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Български: Снимка на Международна космическа станция и Товарен кораб H-II, направена през телескоп от Ралф Вандеберг.
English: The International Space Station photographed through a telescope by astrophotographer Ralf Vandebergh of the Netherlands. Ralf describes his image 'The image shows not only the ISS with very special lighting angle but also it shows activity around the ISS which is often the case. You see the Japanese Cargo Ship HTV-1 in its demonstration flight shortly before docking and just a few hundred meters below the ISS.'
Date 17 September 2009, 20:08:58
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Author Ralf Vandebergh
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