ISS Solar Transit
Taken by Maximilian and Eliza Teodorescu on April 10, 2018 @ Targoviste, Romania
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS 550D
Exposure Time: 1/2000
Aperture: f/inf
ISO: 100
Date Taken: 2018:04:10 19:15:46
 
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Today I had the pleasure of acquiring some ISS transit shots on a perfect weather and in a very nice location, somewhere in the woods around Targoviste, together with my wife.

We’ve mounted our gear and waited for the ultra-fast shape of the ISS to pass over the almost blank Sun. Only a very small sunspot was detectable, and this only in the few very good seeing moments.

The two setups were:

WIFE (full disc shot): Mak 127mm and Canon 550D on a Star Adventurer mount, HUSBAND (detailed view): APO 115mm F/7, Herschel solar wedge, 2.5x Powermate, ASI 174MM. My shots are mirrored due to the Herschel prism. Prediction via CalSky.

For a brief 0.8 seconds the Sun had two sunspots.
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