Steve Beckle
Image taken:
Sep. 21, 2008
Location:
Aurora, IL
Details:
The ISS is easily the brightest object in the sky when it passes over. This is the second night I've watched it. Very easy to spot and photograph. The light pollution made it look about an hour earlier than when I really took this picture, which was about an hour after sundown. Nikon D200 ISO 400 for 50 seconds.
 
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