August 15th 2012. 2223 hrs flyby. Lucky clear sky window following a torrid days weather. Post frontal clear skies rule :-) This reservoir was almost empty in the Spring, now its bursting. It makes for a great foreground subject. This image shows the point at which the ISS enters Earths shadow (far left) as the trail fades. Captured with Oly E5, 8mm fish. Numerous 15s exposures, F3.5 and composite stacked with StarStax software.
ISSstarsastronomysatellitesmeteorsnight skywaterreservoirStanfordOlympusE58mm fisheyeMark Humpage