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P38 War Bird on alert in hanger
I took this photo when they did a Missing man fly over at JSC for the STS-107 Columbia Shuttle accident.

Sean Collins
Space Shuttle Discovery en route to the Udvar-Hazy Center of the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, Virginia.
Space Shuttle Discovery Bids Washington, DC Farewell
Blackhawk over Bowling Green Kentucky at sunset
ISS solar transit
The Boneyard Re-envisioned
Commemorative Air Force - Mesa, AZ
Oops...F-16 Ran out of Runway
P-38 Lightning at Mather Field in Sacramento
F-22 Raptor with two P-38 Lightnings in a Heritage flight at Mather Field in Sacramento.
1st Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
ISS solar transit

John Stetson first captured an International Space Station solar transit in 2006. This photograph was taken with his son Peter's help, on March 25, 2010. The transit duration was 0.62 seconds. "There were some cirrus clouds," says Stetson, "but more important the sky was steady (laminar flow), and the 'seeing' was remarkably good."

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Falmouth, Maine, United States of America
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Date Taken: 03.2010
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