International Space Station Crosses The Moon Over Ipswich Australia
Taken by Michael Marston on June 23, 2018 @ Ipswich, Queensland, Australia
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The International Space Station transits across the Waxing Gibbous Moon over North Ipswich, Queensland, Australia in the early evening of 23 June 2018.

4K Ultra HD Video Link https://youtu.be/sunf6ANl8v4
ISS Transit Information Provided by ‘Calsky’ www.calsky.com

Footage was captured using Canon Equipment

Canon EOS 1DX Mark II
Canon EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM Lens
Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS USM Lens

The ISS in Orbit Image and Live ISS Orbit Footage Courtesy of NASA.

NASA Live footage is a fast motion sequence.

Single Image composited from 36 frames to show the transit sequence of the ISS.

International Space Station
23 June 2018 - 18h19m10.77s
Crosses the Waxing Gibbous Moon (78.8%)
North Ipswich, Queensland, Australia.
Satellite at Azimuth 60.3° ENE Altitude 60.8°
Transit Duration: 0.60s, Visible Path Width: 6.9 km
Diameter of ISS: 59.4 (Illuminated).
Distance 463.6 km Angular Velocity=54.3/s
Ground speed 7.421 km/s (27,800 km/h)
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