Iridium 54 on June 11, 2000 at 23:35 local (Mid Europe Summer Time) from Neuenhaus, Germany (52.5N/6.97E). 20 second exposure with AGFA XRG 100. (photo by Christoph Lohuis)
" are bright flashes of sunlight reflected by the satellites that comprise the constellation powering the mostly defunct global wireless phone network.
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