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as far as the op... I hope it is a reflection or something, because that does not look friendly, AT ALL!
originally posted by: cavtrooper7
It looks like a solar panel extension...
originally posted by: Ploutonas
originally posted by: admirethedistance
a reply to: Ploutonas
Try to use a little common sense. If it were something "really huge" " fromthe distant space", it would have been observed by tens of thousands of professional and amateur astronomers. You can see stars through it, which is a damn good indication that it's a reflection, which makes sense, given that the photo was taken through one of the 'windows' on the ISS. If I had to guess, I'd say it's a reflection of one of the countless bundles of cables that run/hang all throughout the ISS.
originally posted by: Jonjonj
Although I have no idea what the image may represent, this disclaimer seems to suggest it is not an image artefact.
Correct. It's not a lens artifact (which were removed), it's a reflection.
you can also see through Aurora, but its energy, that is also why I said energy or plasma beem. Didnt said material object. The patern of the object, does not apply to a human reflection and there is to much detail to it. i.imgur.com...
if you rotate the image horizontal, it looks like a dragonian spaceship patern
Stronger than glass, various military and commercial applications for this remarkable material are already being tested. What was once used in the science-fiction Star Trek movies, see-through aluminum is now something that – through test mixing with rubies, sapphires and more – is now being tried out in all kinds of ways to create transparency where strength is also required.