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Slow Shutter Space Travel Photography

NASA Astronaut Don Pettit has captured images of Earth and the stars beyond in blinding motion. His slow shutter space photography shows the lights of the world merging into solid trails below the International Space Station. Pettit sets his camera to a 30-second shutter and snaps multiple exposures...
Angelo D'Amico
Angelo D'Amico • 2 years ago

ISS Star Trails by Don Pettit - 5

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