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Not so good as the ones on Sunday night https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/278799-iss-over-france-tonight/ but pleasing - to me anyway.

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I now have a theory which may help budding ISS photographers and I would be interested on others thoughts.

The ISS on Sunday was just south of me and so my thoughts are that from that angle I can see more of its surface bathed in sunlight. On Tuesday night it was north of me so therefore more of its surface was in shadow. Could be completely wrong of course as the time of passing will also have an effect on the angle light hits the station.

 

 

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