Short Gif Same Time Of ISS Max 73° Pass
Taken by Philip Smith on May 18, 2019 @ Manorville, NY, USA
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I imaged the ISS on 5-18-19 from my backyard, Manorville NY, USA. ISS Max pass was 73° at 9:31 pm EST. Please Note: This ISS short video is at max 73° pass time and not in full Sun light at that time because of Earths curve and point of view to the ISS. The Sun was at -14.2°. You will see some solar flares from the Sun light reflecting off the ISS. The telescope I imaged with an Edge HD 14 with an Astrodon Red filter on my ZWO ASI290 mono camera. You will see that the atmosphere was not good and also using a camera that has ROLLING SHUTTER that is better for planets and Moon. Not fast moving objects :-) With that said. It will make your images look funny and distorted. That is why GLOBAL SHUTTER is better like ZWO ASI174MC Color and momo CMOS Imaging Camera with USB 3.0 that has a GLOBAL SHUTTER sensor. For more info about Rolling Shutter vs. Global Shutter: Like at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alXQWGyX3xk Also Please Note: I am trying to image the ISS when at max 90° above my head is 250 miles above Earth and moving at 17,500 mph. The dimensions of the completed ISS research facility is approximately 356 feet (109 meters) by 240 feet (73 meters), or slightly larger than a football field. After all that you have to have the weather kind of work in your favor like a clear sky and good seeing at same time. As you know that is hard to come by for the exact time of the ISS pass. So now you know that it takes a lot to get something to share with you. Hope you can find the time and give it a like. Only if you like it. So for know. Kind regards to all.
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Hi Philip,
Nice !
Lot of work but it could be interesting to manually take the best pieces while searching through frames and glue them on a rather good ISS image to reconstitute a full best ISS image !
Posted by sweiller 2019-05-20 04:51:31
Excellent capture Philip!!!
Posted by Royo 2019-05-20 08:52:48
take all your videos, and subtract 50 sub frames and divide them into segments. Then stack all the 50 subframes, and individually sharpen them.

Reconstitute you animation with the 50 stacked sub frames, and you will double the resolution.
Posted by amplelight 2019-05-20 10:42:30
I see as of now I only got 25 likes. I think I will need to rethink about sharing my ISS images anymore on this site. It takes alot to get an ISS image like this. If you do not think it is hard to do.... Then put your ISS images on this website. You can find me on Facebook to find my ISS images. under name Philip Smith ... Just friend me an I will be happy to say OK. Kind Regards to ALL.
Posted by Philip Smith 2019-05-23 13:27:17
do not be discouraged my likes and views phillip. spaceweather.com is not a social network and nothing in the astrophotography world will capture viral attention unless its a meteor strike, a new discovery, or something just flat out extraordinary. While it is a skill to take video and animate the frames, it is extremely simple. I offered my advice because my processing technique is literally the federal government way to improve your data using homeland security image enhancement. This technique was developed to catch criminals faces in blurry video and also read liscence plates. 50 frames stacked = 1 frame. 50 + 50 = 2 frames. 50 + 50 + 50 = 3 frames.
Posted by amplelight 2019-05-23 15:23:12
Apollo Lasky - amplelight
This is my email lordphilip@optonline.net Please email me. I would like to take to you off line. Thanks
Posted by Philip Smith 2019-05-23 15:47:46
Apollo Lasky - amplelight
This is my email lordphilip@optonline.net Please email me. I would like to talk to you off line. Thanks
Posted by Philip Smith 2019-05-23 15:48:44
Apollo Lasky - amplelight Are you going to contact me at my email? I want to talk to you about your processing technique is literally the federal government way to improve your data using homeland security image enhancement. This technique was developed to catch criminals faces in blurry video and also read licence plates. As I said my contact email is Lordphilip@optonline.net.
Posted by Philip Smith 2019-05-25 11:16:16
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