ISS Passover
Taken by David McCashion on May 18, 2019 @ Little Lepreau, NB, Canada
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  Camera Used: Canon Canon EOS REBEL T3
Exposure Time: 10/1
Aperture: f/5.6
ISO: 6400
Date Taken: 2019:05:18 23:49:25
 
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ISS was reportedly going to pass over 5 times through the night of May 18. It first appeared in the SW and continued for about 7 minutes across the sky, going almost straight over head, before disappearing in the NEE.

Clouds were a major factor and a full Moon made the 10 second images look like it was daytime.

Canon Rebel T3 with 18-55mm lens, 10 second exposure, 6400 ISO.
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