The Soyuz was stationkeeping on the velocity vector throughout the photos. The Soyuz did not move; the shuttle-ISS stack rotated.
These are all great. Already tweeted and retweeted some to get the buzz up Chris.
Quote from: Mapperuo on 06/07/2011 07:39 PMI love this one:http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/557331main_iss027e036710_full.jpgI have to say that I love that one, too. Best view of Endeavour, in my opinion.
I love this one:http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/557331main_iss027e036710_full.jpg
I'm trying to find out what kind of camera Paolo was using. NASA folks say it was a "Russian camera" so they can't help ... but does that mean a Russian-made camera, or merely a Russian-provided camera? Looks like Paolo was using a Nikon when he was on station...
Woo! It's only Sir Alan Boyle! Welcome! Quote from: Lee Jay on 06/07/2011 11:28 PMNikon D3x.Nikon D3x - deceased
Quote from: Chris Bergin on 06/07/2011 11:31 PMWoo! It's only Sir Alan Boyle! Welcome! Quote from: Lee Jay on 06/07/2011 11:28 PMNikon D3x.Nikon D3x - deceased What a waste of a good camera Hi, Chris ... first-time poster, long-time fan.