OK — this is pretty neat stuff. For years Dutch amateur astronomer and writer Ralf Vandebergh has specialized in imaging spacecraft like the International Space Station from the ground with backyard telescopes. This requires careful tracking of exactly the right type and thorough image processing, but the result is that Ralf has imaged not only spacecraft, but also astronauts from the ground — with just a 10-inch backyard telescope!
The really amazing thing is that he is able to do it from Northern Europe with all the light pollution over there. He had better be careful. Some foreign power might grab him to try and find out what that mini space plane is doing up there.