ISS passing next to Jupiter

Location of photo
Bucharest, Romania
Date/Time of photo
March31, 2016 at around 17:58 u.t.
355mm F/5 homemade Newtonian, 3x barlow lens, ASI 174MM camera with a green filter.
Trying to get my first ISS transit over a planet, yet the prediction errors for such a precise path are of course quite large. A few tens of meters away I could have got the ISS over, at least partially, the disc of Jupiter. Maybe next time. A web link to more images and animations here:
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