Thursday, September 01, 2016
The ISS zooms past ANtares (31 August 2016)
The on and off again clouds are a bit frustrating, but despite thin cloud I was able to catch the ISS passing very close to Anatres. The combination of thin cloud and early twilight meant I couldn't take really short exposures, or much longer exposures. Visually the pass was spectacular, but despite the images not being quite as good as the experience, it still worked out okay. Hopefully Fridays "shooting Venus" pass will be relatively cloud free.