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Taken by Charles Chiofar on December 7, 2016 @ Buckley,Washington 98321
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The ISS passed fairly close to Capella yesterday evening going from West to East. An Orion Short Tube 80 and Nikon D3000 were used to take the images. The exposure
(1/15 second) was far too slow to obtain any detail but it was fun to image since it only required a stationary tripod and a DSLR camera. We
generally dont get too many clear nights this time of year in the Pacific Northwest.
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