Sky at Night - markhumpage
June 13/14 2011. Another amazing marathon night of multiple ISS flybys across UK skies. Once again the ISS flew over 4 times. What is amazing about this shot is that I have captured on camera all 4 passes. Not sure this has ever been done before! Flyby times 2243, 0018, 0153 & 0329 hrs. Some cloud cover rolling in prevented the almost perfect shot. Still beggars can't be choosers.  Why are we getting so many ISS passes in one day? Universe Today Captured with Oly E5 & 8mm fisheye.  Camera settings: 15s exposures shot continuous during flyby, ISO 500, F3.5. Foreground lit with a few flash bursts away from camera.

June 13/14 2011. Another amazing marathon night of multiple ISS flybys across UK skies. Once again the ISS flew over 4 times. What is amazing about this shot is that I have captured on camera all 4 passes. Not sure this has ever been done before! Flyby times 2243, 0018, 0153 & 0329 hrs. Some cloud cover rolling in prevented the almost perfect shot. Still beggars can't be choosers. Why are we getting so many ISS passes in one day? Universe Today Captured with Oly E5 & 8mm fisheye. Camera settings: 15s exposures shot continuous during flyby, ISO 500, F3.5. Foreground lit with a few flash bursts away from camera.

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