ISS Lunar Transit Animation
Taken by Szabolcs Nagy on January 30, 2018 @ London
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ISS lunar transit (unilluminated) from 2018 January

Reprocessed frames from an observation early last year. This way of processing is something I like more and more 🙂 This way two animations combined, same event and same motion but still two totally different perspective.

About the full imaging session more info on this link:
https://spacestationguys.com/iss-lunar-transit-from-peterborough/
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I read on January 30, 2018, you have travelled 120 miles to capture this event. That is true detection. I saw you hit record on the SCT 1st then the Dob 2nd. Good thing you did it in that order. I really like the way you make your videos. They are fun and helpful for people that want to image the ISS. GREAT WORK! This is the video for others to look at to see what I am talking about. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=160&v=Zxys01qHRkQ
Posted by Philip Smith 2019-04-15 11:07:05
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