17 Feb 2013. 1900hrs ISS flyby over Stanford Reservoir, Leics, UK. The West to East flyby was directly overhead and quite challenging to capture. One of my fave local sites was chosen and I composed around the water and anticipated flyby over the moon...and yes I was. I particularly love the moment the ISS disappears behind the Earths shadow (as seen fading out on the far left) . Only made possible due to fantastic wide angle capability of the Olympus 8mm fisheye. 13 No 15s exposures, F4.5, ISO 640 and put together with Starstax software.
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