The ISS Zoomed With Nikon Coolpix P1000
Taken by Sylvain Weiller on October 14, 2018 @ Jerusalem, Israel
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Date Taken: 2018:10:14 19:24:27
 
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Today magnitude of the ISS was at its best (79° pass) but difficult because about half of the pass was hidden from my location.
I did my best as yesterday with the P1000, handheld !
As the ISS was closer, more details are visible.
Next time favorable ... end of 2018 !
Find how is was done :
http://sweiller.free.fr/COOLPIX-P1000/P1000-Astro.htm
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Hello Sylvain, Good job on your HAND HELD ISS images. This camera is like having a telescope on the go. I think this would be a good spy camera also :-) I also went to your web site for more info. I really like your website and think everyone should go to it. http://sweiller.free.fr/
Posted by Philip Smith 2018-10-15 20:03:19
Hi Philip,

Thanks for always kind comments !
I am terminating Emmanuels mount to accommodate the P1000 instead of the Celestron scope to make even better color images ...
Too bad I now have to wait 2 months to have the ISS back with high magnitude !
Posted by sweiller 2018-10-16 00:48:24
7 thumbs up
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