posted on Jan, 3 2015 @ 03:01 AM
originally posted by: GaryN
originally posted by: zedy63
a reply to: RUFFREADY
why cant we see any stars if its hd thought you might
There is a camera that will see the stars in real time, I doubt NASA will ever take one up to the ISS though.
Milky Way 180 deg Pan @ 1X in Real-Time with Sony A7S
Do they ever broadcast when over the Earth's night side?
Over the day side, any camera (including the one you mentioned) will have to use short exposure due to all the daylight, so stars won't be visible
By the way, every time I visit that site, they only show the "Please standby" message. Looks like I'll have to keep visiting that link to catch any
views of Earth.
I also wanted to comment on this:
originally posted by: lambros56
It was there for around an hour...maybe more.
Not possible, as the ISS orbits the Earth once every 90 minutes. From the ISS's point of view, things change fairly quickly, including the position of
the Moon, the Sun, and what you see on the ground.
Next time, just take screenshots and post them here.
edit on 3-1-2015 by wildespace because: (no reason given)