Daix, last Saturday night, May 30th, It is 11.10 p.m., I decided to wait patiently under a Velux, the passage of the SPACE X capsule. My eyes scan the sky on the west side, and all of a sudden in this cloudless night, at 11:15 p.m. sharp, as predicted by NASA, the DRAGON SPACE X capsule, arises and passes high in its orbit, at 420 klms altitude. I can see it. This luminous point advances very quickly at 27580 km / h, coming from the west, heading towards the south-east: then I shot it. I set my camera to 8000...
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