Skywatcher spots Russia’s Nauka science module headed to space station (picture)

British astrophotographer Martin Lewis captured the Russian Nauka module in orbit a handful of several hours immediately after its start using his household-designed telescope. (Image credit rating: Martin Lewis)

A British astrophotographer captured a gorgeous check out of Russia’s largest addition to the International Area Station yet, the Nauka science module, just several hours immediately after its start into orbit on Wednesday (July 21). 

Martin Lewis, who posts his pictures on the web-site Skyinspector.co.united kingdom, took the image soon immediately after 21:00 UTC (5 pm EDT) on Wednesday (July 21) from his back again backyard garden in St. Albans, some 20 miles (35 kilometers) north of London, working with his household-designed 222mm Dobsonian telescope.