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5 November 10 (Permalink)
Italy from space - International Space Station photo taken from the new Cupola window (it looks like a TIE Fighter) - see more at Wired

Space-faring humans have called the International Space Station home  for 10 years now, but the orbital laboratory only recently got a window  worthy of its stunning views.
The Cupola (pronounced “kyoo-pel-ah”) is a seven-paned geometric dome  that boasts the biggest spacecraft window ever: a central, circular  pane with  a 31-inch diameter. Combined with six other trapezoidal  windows, the device offers a nearly unimpeded view of space and the big  blue marble  zipping by 220 miles below.
Since Feb. 15, 2010, astronauts, cosmonauts and others armed with  ridiculously huge cameras have documented the Cupola experience.

Italy from space - International Space Station photo taken from the new Cupola window (it looks like a TIE Fighter) - see more at Wired

Space-faring humans have called the International Space Station home for 10 years now, but the orbital laboratory only recently got a window worthy of its stunning views.

The Cupola (pronounced “kyoo-pel-ah”) is a seven-paned geometric dome that boasts the biggest spacecraft window ever: a central, circular pane with a 31-inch diameter. Combined with six other trapezoidal windows, the device offers a nearly unimpeded view of space and the big blue marble zipping by 220 miles below.

Since Feb. 15, 2010, astronauts, cosmonauts and others armed with ridiculously huge cameras have documented the Cupola experience.

Reblogged: -clu-

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh & tweaked like crazy by Darth Ambiguous