|The International Space Station passes through Pegasus on Monday 4 November, 8:45 pm ACDST. 7 images stacked and SUMMED in ImageJ. Canon IXUS
400 ASA 5 second exposure. Click to embiggen.||10 Images cropped and animated using ImageJ, I moved the camera for the last few shots, so I couldn't add them to the overlay. (click to embiggen)|
So I got to see the first decent ISS pass in the series that begins this week
It was beautiful, with the brightening ISS flashing through Pegasus. Tomorrow it passes Venus, hope the weather stays clear.
Labels: astrophotography, imageJ, ISS, unaided eye