Casual Friday — ISS fly-around

When space shuttles depart the International Space Station, they do a fly-around of the station — primarily to gather images (useful when things break) to document the current state of the place. When the most recent shuttle mission (STS-119) did this, it collected a nice bit of video showing the nearly complete ISS in all its glory.

Here’s a sped up version of the fly-around video (2m 49sec):

H/T: NASA Watch

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