Astronaut Christina Koch captured from ISS the movement of the Moon. ISS spots 16 moonsets and moonrises a day, but sometimes does it spot Moon not completely setting behind the Earth as ISS happens to be on the day/night line.
Moon chasing. Usually we see 16 moonsets & moonrises a day, but every so often our orbit happens to be right over the day/night line on Earth & the moon & sun never appear to set. Add in a partial lunar eclipse and the #Apollo50th Anniversary, & it’s a magical time to moon gaze. pic.twitter.com/6PckPsVPyO
— Christina H Koch (@Astro_Christina) July 20, 2019