Magellanic Clouds with International Space Station (NZ 05h45m 16/Aug/2018)

Posted by kiwiastro
on Thursday, August 16, 2018

05h46 on morning of 16 August 2018 NZ time/Bay of Islands. The International Space Station passing SW to NE at 87 degrees (ie. overhead) between the large and small Magellanic clouds - represents 2 stacked pictures using Deep Space Stacker thus line gaps between photos - white balance at 3200 kelvin to bring out different objects. Canon EOS with Rokinon f2.8 astrophotography lense. Several comets sighted as well.

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