Ultra Rare Dual ISS Transit Of The Sun & Moon
Taken by Jim Chung on September 10, 2017 @ Toronto, Ontario Canada
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Date Taken: 2017:09:11 10:29:16
 
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ISS transit of the rising Sun in Toronto at 8:20 and than one orbit later at 9:51 a transit of the setting Moon.

Shot with 40 mm Coronado Solarscope and PGR Grasshopper CCD
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Where is the ISS? I cannot find it on the large image
Posted by RudiPo 2017-09-13 01:58:22
@RudiPo: Both on Sun and Moon the ISS is visibile as multiple frames along a diagonal line. On the Sun picture the ISS appears yellow, on the Moon it appears white (look for the caption below in the Moon picture).
Posted by Mesarthim 2017-09-13 14:22:36
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