Monday, January 07, 2019
The ISS pass of Sunday 6 January 2019
January started slowly astronomy wise. Cloud, followed by cloud, followed by more cloud. But last night was finally clear, and I was able to see the ISS gliding across the Sky, past Phoenix then going between the Hyades (the head of of Taurus the bull) and the Pleiades. A magnificent sight.
Naturally it was cloudy tonight for the next bright ass of the series.
Labels: astrophotography, ISS, unaided eye
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