Derby and District Astronomical Society

The ISS in 2019

Pete Hill took this image of a pass of the International Space Station (ISS) on the evening of the 1st December 2019. On this pass the station reached a maximum altitude of 74° at 180° azimuth and a magnitude of -3.8. The shot shows the ISS as it passes into the earths shadow just above Pegasus and heading towards the cross of Cygnus. An image is also included with the constellations highlighted. Pete used a Canon 77D, Canon 15mm fish-eye lens, F22, ISO 3200, and a 17 second exposure. The camera was tripod mounted with acable shutter release. The image was processed in Photoshop.  Image © Pete Hill.

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