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Moonrise Before Sunrise From Orbit, STS-52

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Moonrise seen from orbit. View of the Moon, just before sunrise, seen from the orbiting Shuttle Columbia during Mission STS-52. Note that only a thin crescent of the Moon is directly illuminated by the Sun, most of the visible surface is illuminated by Earth-shine. The Sun, still about 28 degrees below the horizon, provides enough light to scatter in the atmosphere and show the different layers. Silhouetted at the horizon is a dense cloud layer. The strong red/brown band is the tropopause, separating the stratosphere (blue/white) from the troposphere (yellow). This photograph was taken in late October 1992. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Moonrise seen from orbit. View of the Moon, just before sunrise, seen from the orbiting Shuttle Columbia during Mission STS-52. Note that only a thin crescent of the Moon is directly illuminated by the Sun, most of the visible surface is illuminated by Earth-shine. The Sun, still about 28 degrees below the horizon, provides enough light to scatter in the atmosphere and show the different layers. Silhouetted at the horizon is a dense cloud layer. The strong red/brown band is the tropopause, separating the stratosphere (blue/white) from the troposphere (yellow). This photograph was taken in late October 1992. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Moonrise seen from orbit. View of the Moon, just before sunrise, seen from the orbiting Shuttle Columbia during Mission STS-52. Note that only a thin crescent of the Moon is directly illuminated by the Sun, most of the visible surface is illuminated by Earth-shine. The Sun, still about 28 degrees below the horizon, provides enough light to scatter in the atmosphere and show the different layers. Silhouetted at the horizon is a dense cloud layer. The strong red/brown band is the tropopause, separating the stratosphere (blue/white) from the troposphere (yellow). This photograph was taken in late October 1992. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Moonrise Before Sunrise From Orbit, STS-52

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