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  1. Another shot of the ISS as it passed over London on May 30th 2015. I think this is a slightly better shot than the one I posted a couple of days ago. This time the shutter speed was increased to 1/1250 second and the final image tweaked slightly in Photoshop. The method of capture was exactly the same as before with one person to drive the scope using the spotter scope and the other to rapid fire the camera at the right time.
  2. A shot of the ISS as it flew over London last night. This is a huge improvement over the previous (and first) attempt last year but I think with a faster shutter speed it can be captured even better. Single 1000th of a second exposure at 6400 ISO with x2 Barlow (cropped).
  3. From the album: International Space Station

    Canon 7D with Canon 500mm f/4 L IS with a 2xTC and a 1.4xTC stacked. ISO1600, 1/1000th, manually tracked.
  4. From the album: International Space Station

    Taken with a Canon 7D with the 500mm f/4 L IS lens with a 2xTC and a 1.4xTC stacked.
  5. ISS taken with my 10" dob, asi 120 mcs camera and x 2 barlow. Followed the ISS with the finder scope across the sky whilst recording the AVI. This is a single frame brightened up.
  6. I've been wanting to capture this for a while and today was my first successful attempt. This morning (06-29-16) at 7:52:02am PDT the International Space Station transited the Sun and I managed to capture it. Technical details: Lunt 80mm Ha Telescope ZWO AIS1600MM cooled camera Video captured @ 0.050ms per frame - 35fps This is a composite of 1 frame for the surface detail, 1 frame for the prominence's along the edge. And then the multiple frames extracted from the video for the ISS pass.
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