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The International Space Station can be seen here in the upper-left of this picture of the moon. It was snapped in the skies over the Houston area, flying at an altitude of 390.8 kilometers (242.8 miles). The space station can sometimes be seen in the night sky with the naked eye and a pair of field binoculars. Wonderful moon history!!

The International Space Station can be seen here in the upper-left of this picture of the moon. It was snapped in the skies over the Houston area, flying at an altitude of 390.8 kilometers (242.8 miles). The space station can sometimes be seen in the night sky with the naked eye and a pair of field binoculars. Wonderful moon history!!

The moon is seen as it passes through the Earth's shadow. In 1969, man took his first steps on the surface of the moon. Great scene!

The moon is seen as it passes through the Earth's shadow. In 1969, man took his first steps on the surface of the moon. Great scene!

The moon slides into the Earth's shadow, casting a reddish glow on the moon. Stunning!!

The moon slides into the Earth's shadow, casting a reddish glow on the moon. Stunning!!

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