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All-Sky Camera Capture of the ISS (Sequence)

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#1 tmiddendorf

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Posted 21 March 2019 - 08:26 AM

Sharing a sequence of 8 images of 30 sec exposures of the ISS traversing my night sky. The first image you can see it brightening as it comes out from the earth's shadow into sunlight. Then it eventually goes over the south-east horizon.

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  • ASI224MC-S-AllSky-2019-01-15T05-52-13-073 ISS-1.jpg
  • ASI224MC-S-AllSky-2019-01-15T05-52-43-744 ISS-2.jpg
  • ASI224MC-S-AllSky-2019-01-15T05-53-14-398 ISS-3.jpg
  • ASI224MC-S-AllSky-2019-01-15T05-53-45-115 ISS-4.jpg
  • ASI224MC-S-AllSky-2019-01-15T05-54-15-893 ISS-5.jpg
  • ASI224MC-S-AllSky-2019-01-15T05-54-46-548 ISS-6.jpg
  • ASI224MC-S-AllSky-2019-01-15T05-55-17-311 ISS-7.jpg
  • ASI224MC-S-AllSky-2019-01-15T05-55-47-996 ISS-8f.jpg

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