Wednesday, September 25, 2019

imaged low ISS (Bradford)

I tried imaging the International Space Station tonight. There was a single, low pass over Ontario.

On time, around 8:48 PM. From WNW to NNE. It was supposed to go to magnitude -1.9. Didn't seem that bright to me. But later, I saw clouds.

It is barely visible in the photo, just over the roof line.


Canon 40D, battery grip, Rokinon 8mm fisheye, manually focused, f/8.0, ISO 125, 480 seconds, daylight white balance, RAW, tripod mounted, Canon EOS Utility, no tracking, Digital Photo Professional 4.6, slight tuning.

I was hoping for a dual streak. Looking for the JAXA HTV 8 vehicle. Nothing obvious...

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