Sky at Night - markhumpage
June 14/15 2011. Yet again another amazing marathon night of multiple ISS flybys across UK skies. What a month! This time the ISS flew over 5 times, however light/cloud precluded a few of these from sight. Produced this b&w alternative from a dual Flyby (2313 & 0048 hrs. Again cloud cover rolling in prevented the almost perfect shot.   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 14/15 2011. Yet again another amazing marathon night of multiple ISS flybys across UK skies. What a month! This time the ISS flew over 5 times, however light/cloud precluded a few of these from sight. Produced this b&w alternative from a dual Flyby (2313 & 0048 hrs. Again cloud cover rolling in prevented the almost perfect shot. 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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