JSC2012-E-017827 (4 Jan. 2012) —- The International Space Station can be seen as a small object in upper left of this image of the moon in the early evening Jan. 4 in the skies over the Houston area flying at an altitude of 390.8 kilometers (242.8 miles). The space station can be seen in the night sky with the naked eye and a pair of field binoculars may reveal some detail of the structural shape of the spacecraft. Equipment used by the NASA photographer operating from NASA’s Johnson Space Center, was as follows: Nikon D3S, 600mm lens and 2x converter, Heavy Duty Bogen Tripod with sandbag and a trigger cable to minimize camera shake. The camera settings were as follows: 1/1600 @ f/8, ISO 2500 on High Continuous Burst. Photo credit: NASA
i’m technically in class but i am actually in a computer lab in another building on campus. made enough progress in class to catch up on hobbies. if i stop doing work i feel like a loser
this is an original space craft design that ended up channeling some design traits from legend of the galactic heroes (leda ii) (walkure) with the proportions of a star wars y-wing.