The ISS Moving Through The Constellation Orion
Taken by Tom Wagner on February 13, 2017 @ Waterloo, Iowa
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  Camera Used: PENTAX PENTAX K-5 II s
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Date Taken: 2017:02:13 20:42:43
 
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A few days ago I noticed that the International Space Station was going to traverse the constellation Orion, something I have wanted to capture an image of for years. Not only was it going to cross Orion but it was going to pass into the earths shadow right afterwards!
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