The Space Shuttle went around the Earth every ninety minutes. Half the orbit was in daylight, half in darkness. That meant there was a sunrise, then forty-five minutes later a sunset. We went around the world sixteen times a day. For a fourteen-day mission (my longest), that’s 224 sunrises and 224 sunsets. They were nothing like what people see standing in their backyards here on the ground. Coming out of the dark side of the orbit, a...Read More
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