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I attempted to capture the ISS move across Arcturus that late night but I missed it...

But thankfully I took captured of the ISS as it rise up from the west then travel across the zenith then dip down on the horizon in the northeast.

I stacked around 7-11 exposures of each image from frames with Autostakekrt2!

and used Registax wavelets to sharpen the image.

Then reduce the colour noise and cropped the image with Photoshop!

Hope you like the result!

Captured around 2:50 AM, BST.

Gear Used:


Celestron Nexstar 127 SLT


Software Used:



Registax V6

Photoshop CC 2019

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