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terranien

ISS from the 6th of december

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Good evening everyone,

I had the chance the weather was good so i took some pictures of ISS on the 6th of december with my nikon d3200(samyang 14mm(f/2.8),800 iso, 20")

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If you have some advices, don't hesitate to give them.

 

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Nice. Your next challenge could be to spot it through a scope.

ISS is too low in the sky "up here", so I've never tried spotting it myself.

Thanks for sharing

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On 11/12/2016 at 12:06, wimvb said:

Nice. Your next challenge could be to spot it through a scope.

ISS is too low in the sky "up here", so I've never tried spotting it myself.

Thanks for sharing

I saw some people who made that kind of pictures, and it was difficult for them to do this. Someone had to put the refractor on his shoulder and took a picture of iss through the refractor like this.

But it's could be possible to do that kind of pictures.

 

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