This night time infrared image of the Los Angeles metropolitan area was photographed by an Expedition 30 crew member aboard the International Space Station on Dec. 25 (though it was late Dec. 24 in California). The focal length used was 58-mm and the exposure time was 1/200 seconds.
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Went to Roswell, NM today. It wasn’t bad but after driving 200 miles through absolutely nothing anything would have been impressive. However for such a UFO town I have to say I expected them to embrace the alien thing more. Most of these were taken at the UFO museum and "research center" (your guess is as good as mine)
Most have had quick crops done and little bit of editing but its been a long day physically and mentally. When I have more time I’ll work on them more.
The Nile River Delta and part of the Mediterranean Sea can be seen in this night time photo captured by one of the Expedition 28 crew members aboard the International Space Station, flying at an altitude of approximately 220 miles. A 38-mm focal length was used to record the image.