This is one of the best pictures ever taken of ISS from Earth. The pic was made by astrophotographer Thierry Legault on June 24 and 25, 2020 when International Space Station was passing in front of the Sun.
You can clearly see the station's robotic arm Canadarm2 and docked SpaceX Dragon capsule.
The Canadarm2 is 17.6 meters (57.7 feet) long when fully extended, but as you can see here, it was bent at the elbow over 90 degrees. At the time the picture was taken, an external pallet, or stowage platform, was attached to the end of the arm.
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