International Space Station
Taken by Ralf Vandebergh on May 16, 2019 @ the Netherlands
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Image from some time ago but just very recently processed. Good seeing made it possible to stack 4 good frames into this result. 10 inch Newtonian & ALccd 5L-11 mono CMOS camera. Fully manually crosshair-tracked at 6x magnification.
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I follow your fantastic images of ISS. I also track manually with my C8 but when see this picture have a question: when depart your Shuttle for ISS ? Because the shot was captured near the rendez-vous just ? Compliment.
Posted by astrocb 2019-05-16 03:43:55
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