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ISS Transits Moon 29Dec11sm1200

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The International Space Station flying at an altitude of 409km, whilst 785km away from me, passed in-front of the moon. It took 0.63seconds, and I used the burst shutter mode (0.01sec 400iso RAW) on a Canon 20D at prime focus connected to my Vixen ED103swt refractor astride a Vixen GP-DX mount tracking the moon.

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