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Korcula iz visoka



Ukoliko ste se pitali kako izgledamo svemircima evo vam odgovora.

Doduše, izgleda malo tmurno. Ako ništa drugo, “male zelene” bar ne mu?e naši problemi.

Slika se zove: STS-56 ESC Earth observation of Korcula & Peljesac islands in Adriatic Sea.

Tako bar kažu amerikanci.

Evo kompletnog opisa:

STS-56 electronic still camera (ESC) Earth observation image is of two small islands (Korcula and Peljesac) in the Adriatic Sea, southwest of Sarajevo. The scene was photographed during Discovery’s, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103’s, 33rd orbit with a 300mm lens on the Hand-held, Earth-oriented, Real-time, Cooperative, User-friendly, Location-targeting and Environmental System (HERCULES).

Center coordinates of this frame are 42.9 degrees north latitude and 17.2 degrees east longitude. The camera was in shutter priority mode with a 1/500-second shutter speed and -2/3 exposure compensation.

Tako, dok mi gledamo gore, oni gledaju dole.

Ovdje klikni za ve?u slikuKorcula iz visoka



Ukoliko ste se pitali kako izgledamo svemircima evo vam odgovora.

Doduše, izgleda malo tmurno. Ako ništa drugo, “male zelene” bar ne mu?e naši problemi.

Slika se zove: STS-56 ESC Earth observation of Korcula & Peljesac islands in Adriatic Sea.

Tako bar kažu amerikanci.

Evo kompletnog opisa:

STS-56 electronic still camera (ESC) Earth observation image is of two small islands (Korcula and Peljesac) in the Adriatic Sea, southwest of Sarajevo. The scene was photographed during Discovery’s, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103’s, 33rd orbit with a 300mm lens on the Hand-held, Earth-oriented, Real-time, Cooperative, User-friendly, Location-targeting and Environmental System (HERCULES).

Center coordinates of this frame are 42.9 degrees north latitude and 17.2 degrees east longitude. The camera was in shutter priority mode with a 1/500-second shutter speed and -2/3 exposure compensation.

Tako, dok mi gledamo gore, oni gledaju dole.

Ovdje klikni za ve?u sliku

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