June 15, 2011
A Johnson Space Center photographer recorded the fly-over of Space Shuttle Columbia for STS-93 above the Johnson Space Center's Rocket Park. The Saturn V is below the streak left by the shuttle Columbia re-entering the atmosphere. The image was captured with a Hasselblad 503cx medium format camera with a 30mm Hasselblad lens. The image was captured with an 8-second exposure with the aperture set to f/8. The film was Kodak PMZ 1000 color negative film. The photographer was Mark Sowa of the NASA/Johnson Space Center's photography group.
Topics: Physics, Photography, Optics, Technology Internet, Aperture, Hasselblad, Space Shuttle, Space Shuttle program, Camera, Johnson Space Center, photographer