ISS Solar Transit | James McAfee

James McAfee
Location of photo
Vancouver, WA
Date/Time of photo
03Sep12 1131
William Optics FLT-110, Televue 4x Powermate, Canon 5D Mark III
This is the first of two ISS transits across the Sun visible from the same geographic location on the same day. The ISS crosses the sun lighting fast in about 0.7 seconds. The photograph is a composite with each ISS image separated by about 0.15 seconds.
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