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ISS045E028447 (09/25/2015) --- Sunlight shines on the International Space Station as it flies approximately 250 miles over the Earth’s surface. One of the station’s massive solar arrays is visible left, responsible for generating power for all of the various station systems. The Japanese Exposed Facility is visible at the top of the image where experiments are exposed to the vacuum and environment of space. The Japanese HTV-5 cargo vehicle is seen on the right while still docked to the Earth-facing port of the Harmony module; the vehicle was unberthed and released on Sept. 28, 2015.

ISS045E028447 (09/25/2015) --- Sunlight shines on the International Space Station as it flies approximately 250 miles over the Earth’s surface. One of the station’s massive solar arrays is visible left, responsible for generating power for all of the various station systems. The Japanese Exposed Facility is visible at the top of the image where experiments are exposed to the vacuum and environment of space. The Japanese HTV-5 cargo vehicle is seen on the right while still docked to the Earth-facing port of the Harmony module; the vehicle was unberthed and released on Sept. 28, 2015.

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