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Imaging Tiangong-1 before re-entry

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One of the last observations of the chinese space station Tiangong-1 before disintegrating in the terrestrial atmosfear. Image taken next to Santa Ana ermitage in Llosa de Ranes, just on the moment wich station draw a variable brightness line going down from Cygnus constellation toward horizon. At same time casually a old stage of Cosmos-1340 rocket flies at top left between Lyra and Draco constellations.
Data: http://cometografia.es/tiangong-1-20180401/

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Cracking image José. :)

I am much impressed by the scene created with the old building and then the space debris.

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