The International Space Station (ISS) passed over the Washington D.C. area at 2200-2202 EDT on June 5th. Shown above is the picture I took.
The ISS travelled left-to-right . The bright star 'at Left' is Polaris (North Star) and the bright star 'at Right' is Vega in the constellation Lyra.
My camera was configured as follows:
Camera: Nikon D80
Lens: 18-55mm @18mm (F/3.5)
Exposure: 75 Seconds
I shared the experience with my Mom in Cleveland, OH by calling her prior to the passage, and she was able to see it from that location as well. She was thrilled.
Until Next Time!
Thursday, June 5, 2008
Posted by Star Pilot at 7:44 PM