Early Wednesday afternoon, as space shuttle Atlantis closed in on the Hubble Space Telescope, both spacecraft were captured while zipping across the face of the sun by photographer Thierry Legault in Florida. Hubble and Atlantis, 350 miles (560 kilometers) above Earth, are just visible in his photograph passing by the lower left quarter of the sun. (Click here to see a cropped enlargement in which the shape of the shuttle is clearly distinguishable against the backdrop of the sun.) Less than an hour after this snapshot was taken, the Atlantis crew had successfully nabbed Hubble with the shuttle's robotic arm to secure it for the mission's five servicing spacewalks, now under way.