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18:35 04:54
Hi, due to the exact prediction from calsky.com I was able to get a double solar transit of the ISS. I found a nice place for observing the two transits at maybe 200m from the calculated crossing of the central pathes. Technic was working flawlessly and so I could take two videos. Here is a video just the raw images: https://youtu.be/PFsZTPoM-ro The combined image is not aligned so far, so the "pilot" of the ISS seems a bit drunk. Ok it was the seeing and wind gusts. I will do a better aligned version when I got some time. Cheers, Carsten PS: Translation of the image caption: Place: South of Berlin, west of Rangsdorfer lake Time: 21 April 2016, first transit 14:27:31 distance to ISS 548km, second 17:39:13 distance to ISS 922km
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Astrofotografía hecha por Carsten

Equipo

  • Telescopio / lente fotográfico: Celestron Maksutov-Cassegrain 127/1500 mm Nexstar SLT127
  • Cámara fotográfica: Nikon d5100 (CMOS)
  • Montura: Trípode altazimutal Celestron NexStar SLT
  • Filtros: Baader Astrosolar (visually) Solar 6.00"
  • Procesada con: GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) 2.9.x
    digiCamControl 2.0.0

Cuadros / subs

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Adquisición

  • ISO: 200

Información espacial

  • Tamaño: 1,277 x 975 pixels

Mapas estelares

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Comentarios

Amazing picture! Worth of an APOD IMHO :) sebagr, Apr 2016 · Comentar
Well. Thanks. But I guess I am not the first one with such an image. Apod is still a other number ;-) at least it is not fake like the Saturn ISS image Carsten, Apr 2016 · Comentar
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