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This is the NanoSail-D caught on video in the night sky!
posted May 12 2011 19:34.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis

In the beginning of this year, i uploaded a blog entry with some tips about how to spot the Nanosail in the night sky. Dr. Robert Suggs used the Automated Lunar and Meteor Observatory at Marshall Space Flight Center to catch NanoSail-D on video as it slipped across the sky back on March 2nd, 2011. Watch the video to see how it looks like, then read my previous blog entry to learn how to track it, get some beers and go to the beach at night!

[Via: Universe Today]    [Link: NASA]
Tags: space related   tips   how to   crazy photo/video   

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