He's drawn that on with a biro
A chap from the German space agency DLR has captured a fetching snap of the International Space Station transiting the Sun, appropriately last Sunday afternoon: The ISS shown transiting the Sun. Pic: Thilo Kranz/DLR Snapper Thilo Kranz explains: "I took this image of the ISS as it passed across the solar disk in just 0.51 …
I saw that too (it was the shuttle approaching, not leaving tho). However, the Mirror redeemed itself with this classic explanation of the photo:
"Legault, 48, travelled from France to Madrid to get the image which was taken in daylight"
Just in case you thought he'd taken a picture of the Sun at night!
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