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The Moon Over Afghanistan

From the blog post:

The thin blue line of Earth's atmosphere and a low sun painting the clouds red as the half moon sets over Afghanistan on August 22, 2011 – one of sixteen moonsets we see each day from the International Space Station.

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Hi Ron, what an incredible shot! Keep them coming. We think about you guys lots up there. My two sons and I follow your ISS passes over our home or cottage whenever we get the chance. We live in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. An hour by car west and slightly south of Toronto. Of course that would take you all of 3.8 seconds in the ISS. Have a good day, watch a Moon rise, or 6 for us.

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Amazing photo!! I'm glad I found you on twitter! :) You are so lucky.

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Agent -- Bounce here. Keep up the great work. Boom Boom and I say...hey. Keep up the mach err light speed. cheers.

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PERFECT AS ALL THE PHOTOS YOU TOOK.++++I HOPE TO SEE YOUR SUNRISE PHOTO THIS MORNING.

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Once again I look so very hard, as do my arteries, and I still cannot find the lines that divide us.

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