Curious how astronauts capture some of those amazing images of Earth at night from the International Space Station? Read all about the NightPod camera mount, which allows for greater clarity and control of photographs than previously possible from orbit: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/news/nightpod.html
, do all of the night pictures taken from the ISS use the NightPod? And is there any special equipment for daylight pictures taken from there?
Is there a link you can post about updated public released photos from the nightpod. From the Global Night Lights release a few months ago Night Light shots have become very popular and in high demand.
There 2 of those satellite with photography shooting lens, from UWM- Madison. There at the, tip of Earth and I not talking about warm coldest,place to be, yet there is still life
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