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A couple of recent ISS captures. Even harder than usual due to the position of the sun, just below the horizon. Seems to be illuminating a part of the station facing the Sun more than the rest.

Hand tracked with my C9.25/Asi120mm set up. In my opinion any decent image of the ISS is an achievement, even with the modern cameras/telescopes and software.  For every decent image I have at lest a 100 that are deleted.

1st image is from May 30th, 2nd and 3rd from June 1st.

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4 minutes ago, Davey-T said:

Excellent set Pete, it's been a while since I snapped it, must have go now it's doing long transits.

Dave

I think I read there is not going to be many during the rest of June, I would like to try a Barlowed image at some stage.

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