Unless you've tried your skills as an astrophotographer, this may not seem like a big deal - but believe me - it is!
French astrophotographer Thierry Legault wanted to image the Hubble Space Telescope and space shuttle Atlantis traveling together around Earth. To catch the rare meeting of spaceships, he travelled all the way to Florida and set up his telescope.
His photo was taken with a Takahashi TOA-130 refractor (diameter 130mm, final focal 2200mm), Baader solar prism and Canon 5D mark II. Exposure of 1/8000s at 100 ISO, extracted from a series of 16 images (4 images/s) started 2s before the predicted time.
See the photo at his own site: http://legault.club.fr/atlantis_hst_transit.html
Another source: http://www.spaceweather.com/archive.php ... &year=2009