Space Game! Where in the Solar System is Destination Seven? (day 3)

Hey Space Bloggers!

I like this destination. It’s the first time we’ve been invited inside.  And what a view!

Credit: Expedition 24 Crew, NASA

Not to give away our location, but that sure is a beautiful planet down there. And from up here on Destination Seven we get to see the whole thing.  In fact, we circle the planet once every 90 minutes.  So just sit back and enjoy the view.

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Wow. I’m pretty sure you all know where we are now, right? Sort of makes you proud, doesn’t it. The funny thing is, even though we just circled the entire planet, I never saw a border. Not a single one.

Even if you know WHERE Destination Seven is, Space Bloggers, do you know WHAT it is? You have two days to send in your thoughts.  I’d love to hear what you think of those photos. And what happened to all the borders???

About Jane Peddicord

Jane Ann Peddicord is an award winning author, lawyer, and space enthusiast. About her first book, NIGHT WONDERS, Laura Kraft of the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii wrote, “We’ve long waited for books such as these to explain, in age-appropriate language, some of the fundamental concepts that have shaken the foundation of Physics.” Jane is represented by Rosemary Stimola of the Stimola Literary Studio and likes science, space, and springer spaniels.
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4 Responses to Space Game! Where in the Solar System is Destination Seven? (day 3)

  1. bird of the wind says:

    I love the pictures and agree with archimedes on the destination. Wow I did not realize that the space station completes an orbit every 90 seconds! That seems very fast.

    • Yes, Bird of the Wind, very fast indeed! Destination Seven travels at an average speed of 17,239.2 mph (27,743.8 km/h). It orbits the Earth at least 15 times a day! Thanks for your thoughts!

  2. archimedes says:

    I think Destination Seven is our own space station. Those are great pictures! I didn’t
    see any borders either.




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