Astrophotographer Captures Extraordinary Shots of International Space Station Flying in Front of the Sun

Miguel Claro He is a professional photographer, author and science speaker based in Lisbon, Portugal, capturing stunning images of the night sky. European Southern Observatory Photography Ambassador And a member of The world at night And the official astronomical photographer of Dark Sky Alcueva ReserveHe specializes in astronomical “celestial views” that connect the Earth and the night sky.

This image shows the silhouette of the International Space Station (ISS) as it crosses in front of the sun at a distance of 274 miles (441.5 km) from us and traveling at a speed of about 4.5 miles per second (7.31 km/s).

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