International Space Station

Posted by Jean B
on Monday, May 2, 2011

by Jean B.

The International Space Station can be localized easily using differnet charts available on the internet (

Saturday night at 21:33, local time in Montreal, the ISS shone at a magnitude of -4.0 in the WNW direction. It passed through the constellation Auriga left of Capella. I took this picture from my backyard.

  • Nikon D5000 on a tripod
  • ISO 1000
  • 24 mm @ f22
  • 15 seconds exposure
  • Photoshop CS3 for image processing and enhancement


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