Sunday, July 14, 2013
The ISS and Scorpius (9 July 2103)
Slowly working through my image backlog. Images of a nice ISS pass during the week, missed imaging it as it almost crossed Arcturus, but rather nice anyway.
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|The ISS taken on 9 July as it passed beneath Scorpius. The ISS encountered the Earth's shadow and fades out abruptly near the head of the Scorpion. Taken with 5 second exposures on my canon IXUS at 400 ASA.||Animated GIF of the pass. Animation assembeled in ImageJ.|