November 6, 2011 (I)nternational (S)pace (S)tation Flyover


Pics taken with my Pentax K-5 DSLR with a Pentax telephoto lens at 18mm.
Exposure settings = F/5.6, ISO-400, 8 second exposures
Path of the ISS appears to be roughly NW to SE, maybe a little closer to due West to due East. (I don't remember the specifics....)
I would guess maximum height was somewhere around 65-70 degrees.


6:25pm, movement is from bottom to top, looking to the Northwest



6:25pm, movement is from bottom to top, looking to the Northwest



6:25pm, movement is from bottom to top, looking to the Northwest



6:25pm, movement is from bottom to top, looking to the Northwest



6:26pm, movement is from bottom to top, looking to the Northwest



6:26pm, movement is from right to left, looking to the South



6:26pm, movement is from right to left, looking to the South



6:27pm, movement is from top to bottom, looking to the Southeast



6:27pm, movement is from top to bottom, looking to the Southeast



6:27pm, movement is from top to bottom, looking to the Southeast



6:28pm, movement is from top to bottom, looking to the Southeast



6:28pm, movement is from top to bottom, looking to the Southeast



6:28pm, movement is from right to left, looking to the Southeast
You can see the ISS though the trees. The moon is in the upper left corner.


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