Pass of the ISS

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Pass of the ISS

Postby Stewart » Fri Dec 07, 2018 10:04 am

I think this is loosely Planetary imaging as the iSS is going round a planet :)) A pass of the ISS a couple of weeks ago. Taken with a Fuji XE-2 on the C9.25. I had a reasonable hit rate for once! I'm going to try adding a 2x or 4x barlow next time for more detail but will probably get zero usable frames!

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Re: Pass of the ISS

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Re: Pass of the ISS

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Re: Pass of the ISS

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Re: Pass of the ISS

Postby Stewart » Mon Dec 10, 2018 3:43 pm

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Re: Pass of the ISS

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