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davefrance, June 3, 2015 in Imaging - Widefield, Special Events and Comets
They have come out
Nice work Dave Way better than anything I have managed to get ....
Nice work Dave Way better than anything I have managed to get ....Peter...
Not my best, I don't seem to be able to capture the solar panels in the same way as I used to.
Well I think it's amazing! well done
I was just able to track the ISS manually with my dob and I have to say, that's given me a bit of a bug to try and image it. Nice pics!
very nice. bet your well happy
Well done Dave, some of the best I have seen
Thanks everybody for your comments.
These were taken when the ISS was at a max of 62 degrees mag -3.1. On the 12th june it will be 90 degrees (directly overhead) mag 3.3 so at minimum distance, maximum brightness. Clear skies permitting I should get some better ones.
Cracking images Dave well done
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